Fifteenth Triennial Constitutional Convention

AFSA members from across the nation came together at the National Harbor, minutes away from Washington, D.C., for the AFSA 15th Triennial Constitutional Convention. Attendees experienced three days of interactive workshops, informative panels and engaging speakers. Convention attendees also enjoyed local entertainment, a private opening reception at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and a tribute ceremony honoring former AFSA president Diann Woodard.

We hope you found the convention to be a valuable and informative experience. As school leaders, you have the power to change the future of education and incorporate what you’ve learned into your community. Thank you to everyone who attended and helped make this year’s convention possible!

Resolutions

WHEREAS, it is imperative that the voice of school administrators be heard at the local, state and national political levels; and

WHEREAS,the American Federation of School Administrators has, during the past several years, developed action partnerships with other prominent national organizations representing

WHEREAS, when working people have a seat at the table, we have a voice in the agenda; and

WHEREAS, the American Federation of School Administrators has joined with other leading education groups to form the Coalition to Support Grieving Students; and

WHEREAS a bipartisan Congress overwhelmingly approved the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA); and

WHEREAS, several locals of the American Federation of School Administrators have developed chapters within their locals to serve the needs of retired administrators; and

Highlights

Steven Becton leads a workshop on Facing History and Ourselves which remembered vividly the signs of segregated public facilities.
Whats the number one question asked of 20-plus year Social Security administrator Diana Varela? When should I retire?
Steven Becton leads Facing History and Ourselves, which was founded in 1976 by a middle school teacher in Memphis, TN, who remembered vividly the signs of segregated public facilities.

Newly Elected Officers

President
Ernest A. Logan
Executive Vice President
Leonard Pugliese
Secretary-Treasurer