Ninth Triennial Constitutional Convention

Resolutions

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that it is the job of staff, faculty, students and the community to create and maintain a safe and orderly school environment.

The American Federation of School Administrators is concerned about the quality of life in our cities.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that public schools should be used as resources for the local community.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that all students must have an environment that is conducive to learning.

The American Federation of School Administrators is committed to protect and to fight for the human and civil rights of children, youth, and adults.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that public school faculty and students should be safe from physical, verbal, and psychological violence.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that the school principal is the educational leader of a school and all final decisions rest with that individual.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that all students have the right to a free public education and that those institutions must be accredited under uniform standards establis

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that vouchers, tuition tax credits and other funding schemes designed to subsidize nonpublic pre-K through 12 school education with taxpaye

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that every student should not fail to get an education due to health and/or welfare needs.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that its locals and members must participate fully in the design, authorization, implementation, evaluation, and continuation of programs t

The American Federation of School Administrators has reservations about the implementation and support for the public charter school movement.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that the learning process does not begin and end at the traditional school day.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that the federal government, state governments and local school boards must do more in the recruitment and retention of high quality school

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that public school administrators and supervisors must be composed of individuals who meet the highest standards.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that it is the unions job to help promote excellence in our nations public schools.

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that public school administrators and supervisors must receive specific leadership professional development in order to maintain the highes

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that strong mentoring programs designed to assist new and/or struggling public school administrators and supervisors can be beneficial to t

The American Federation of School Administrators believes that educating our nations children, youth and adults is one of the most important endeavors society can make.