Thursday, May 28, 2015
Allegheny Intermediate Unit Education Association

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Allegheny Intermediate Unit Education Association

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  • Attention All PSERS Members:  Notice of Telephone Scam


    PSERS Acting Executive Director Terrill J. Sanchez today issued an alert to all PSERS’ active and retired members about a recurring telephone scam in which PSERS’ members are contacted by individuals claiming to be with the U.S. Treasury or Internal Revenue Service. These individuals state there is an issue with their PSERS’ benefit.  This is a telephone scam and members should immediately hang up.

    “PSERS’ members should remain alert to these types of telephone scams,” Sanchez said. “These individuals can be aggressive and may call multiple times. It is important to never give out any personal information or account information. Protect yourself by not speaking with the caller. Simply hang up.”

    This telephone scam is very similar to a well-known IRS scam. More information on the IRS scam can be found at: http://www.treasury.gov/tigta/press/press_tigta-2015-01_home.htm

    Other tips for avoiding phone or email scams:

    • Never give out personal information over the telephone.
    • Never give out billing information over the phone, especially if you receive an unsolicited telephone call from a stranger.
    • Never forget that you are in control. You can always hang up, find a company's number and call it directly.
    • Remember this rule of thumb: never give out sensitive information to anyone on the phone unless you initiated the call to a company you are certain is legitimate.

     

  • The Allegheny Intermediate Unit Education Association is called to General Membership Meeting on Thursday, June 4, 2015, from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM the at the AFT Building located at 10 South 19th Street on the Southside.

    Formal invitation with pertinent details to follow.

    Save-the Date!


  • On Tuesday, March 31, the AIUEA Leadership Team met with AIU Administration to review the 2015 Seniority List.   While most seniority dates were accurate, anomalies were noted and corrected.

    Please know that Suzanne Brannagan (Chief Negotiator) has had on-going meetings with Administration concerning the accurate and appropriate assignment of seniority dates.  It has been, and continues to be, the position of the Association that a member’s seniority date is:

                The first day of work of the 190-day contractual year

                OR

               The date of the Board of Directors meeting at which the member was hired

               WHICHEVER EVER COMES FIRST!

    To date, Administration has not returned the corrected Seniority List.  I sent an email today requesting that the Seniority List is returned while emphasizing the urgency of this action.

    Once you have received the Seniority List, please check your seniority date.   If you have any question about your seniority date, please phone VP Darlene Geddes at 724.433.1015.

    Please note:

    • Regardless of placement on any common date, all members on a common date have the same seniority date.
    • If two members have the same seniority day, neither can bump the other regardless of certification or newly-acquired certification.
  • Negotiations update #8: 

  • The Core Team of the AIUEA met with representatives of the AIU on February 18, 2015.  Our negotiation sessions continue to be positive and productive.  However, the session scheduled for March 18, 2015, was cancelled by the AIU.

    As always, our goal for the next Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is a fair and equitable contract.

    You may reach AIUEA leadership at any time by emailing us at aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com.

    With the exception of our newly hired members, if you know of a colleague who is not receiving negotiation updates, please have her/him email aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com  to provide a private email address.  Use of an AIU email address is not appropriate and will not be accepted as part of the list serve. For your reference, the updates will also be posted on our website at http://aiuea.psealocals.org.

    The section listed below has been signed as a Tentative Agreement (TA).

    Tentative Agreement (TA) Section

    Section 68 – Post Graduate Study

    It is suggested that you track the signed sections by noting them in your 2011-2014 CBA.


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  • An opportunity for K-12 educators to travel in Europe this summer is under the document section!

  • THE RETIREMENT WORKSHOP POWERPOINT 2015 IS UNDER THE DOCUMENTS SECTION ON THE RIGHT FOR UPLOADING! 

  • GOOD NEWS FROM THE SPEECH DEPARTMENT:

  • Rachel Potts M.S., CCC-SLP joined the Allegheny Intermediate Unit this school year after working for three years at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.  Her current assignment includes being the Speech/Language Consultant for The Equitable Participation Team, and providing speech language services at the Bradley Center and the Wesley STEPS program.  Rachel was a presenter this past November at the national convention for The American Speech/Language Hearing Association.  She also presented a webinar for the Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America entitled EmPowering Written Expression in Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Associated Language Learning Struggles.  The AIUEA would like to congratulate Rachel on her professional accomplishments!  

  • The new IRS Mileage rate is now 57.5 cents per mile. 
  • Please check the documents section on the right hand side of our site for Kades Margolis Scholarship Information, due by January 31, 2015!!
  • Negotiations Update #7 from Suzanne Brannagan, AIUEA Chief Negotiator

    The Core Team of the AIUEA met with representatives of the AIU on November 18, 2014 and December 8, 2014.  Our negotiation sessions continue to be positive and productive.  Further meeting dates are scheduled. 

    As always, our goal for the next Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is a fair and equitable contract.

    You may reach AIUEA leadership at any time by emailing us at aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com.

    With the exception of our newly hired members, if you know of a colleague who is not receiving negotiation updates, please have her/him email aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com  to provide a private email address.  Use of an AIU email address is not appropriate and will not be accepted as part of the list serve. For your reference, the updates will also be posted on our website at http://aiuea.psealocals.org.

    The sections listed below have been signed as a Tentative Agreement (TA).

    It is suggested that you track the signed sections by noting them in your 2011-2014 CBA.

    Tentative Agreement (TA) Sections

    Section 61 - Individual Educational Programs (IEP)/Evaluation Reports (ER)/Re-Evaluation Reports (RR)

    Section 70 - Reimbursement for Travel

    On behalf of the AIUEA Negotiating TEAM we wish you and your families a Happy Holidays!




    Negotiations Update #6 from Suzanne Brannagan, AIUEA Chief Negotiator

    The Core Team of the AIUEA met with representatives of the AIU on Monday, September 8, and Monday, October 20, 2014.  Our negotiation sessions continue to be positive and productive.  Further meeting dates are scheduled. 

    Additionally, on Thursday, October 2, 2014, the Negotiations Team was called into session for further input on several of the unsigned sections. 

    As always, our goal for the next Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is a fair and equitable contract.

    You may reach AIUEA leadership at any time by emailing us at aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com.

    With the exception of our newly hired members, if you know of a colleague who is not receiving negotiation updates, please have her/him email aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com  to provide a private email address.  Use of an AIU email address is not appropriate and will not be accepted as part of the list serve. For your reference, the updates will also be posted on our website at http://aiuea.psealocals.org.

    The sections listed below have been signed as a Tentative Agreement (TA).

    It is suggested that you track the signed sections by noting them in your 2011-2014 CBA.

    Tentative Agreement (TA) Sections

    Section 25 - Early Dismissal

    Section 36 - Educational Leave

    Section 37 - Extended Illness or Disability Leave Beyond Accumulated Leave

    Section 38 – Child Bearing Leave

    Section 39 - Parental Leave/Procedure and Benefits Extended Illness or Disability Leave Beyond Accumulated Leave

    Section 52 – Vacancies, Transfers, and Realignment


    On June 30, 2014, the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU) and the Allegheny Intermediate Unit Education Association (AIUEA) expired.   As such, as we begin academic year 2014-2015,  we shall continue to work under the terms and conditions of the 2011-2014 CBA.

    Due to the extension, all individuals will remain on their respective 2013-2014 salary step.  As well, any individuals, who have earned additional credits which may result in lateral movement, shall remain on their respective 2013-2014 salary step.

    It is important to note that, traditionally, the AIU and the AIUEA have settled CBAs which are retroactive to the sunset date of the previous agreement – in this case, the 2011-2014 CBA.

    On behalf of the Negotiations Team and the Negotiations Core Team, we thank you for your continued support as we work toward a fair and equitable agreement. 

    You are welcome to contact VICTORIA CAMPBELL regarding this message.
      

    Dues for 2014-2015 School Year

    PSEA      $506.00

    NEA       $183.00

    Local      $200.00

    Total      $889.00

    Dues payments will be $88.90/month for 10 months. 

    This is the 10th year in which local dues have NOT been raised.

 


  • Negotiations Update #4 from Suzanne Brannagan, AIUEA Chief Negotiator

     

    The Core Team of the AIUEA met with representatives of the AIU on May 22, 2014 and June 12, 2014. Our negotiation sessions continue to be amiable and productive. The AIUEA Core Team will continue to negotiate over the summer. Further meeting dates are scheduled in July. On behalf of the AIUEA Negotiating TEAM we would like to thank you for your support during the negotiation process. Have a relaxing enjoyable summer.

      

    *As always, our goal for the next Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is a fair and equitable contract. 

     

    You may reach AIUEA leadership at any time by emailing us at aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com

    For your reference, the updates will also be posted on our website at http://aiuea.psealocals.org.

     

    The sections listed below have been signed as a Tentative Agreement (TA).

     

     

    Tentative Agreement (TA) Sections

     

    23 – Work Day

    30 – Personal/Emergency Leave

    59-Speech/Language, Hearing and Vision Itinerants (revision)

    60-Non – Public Schools


 

Negotiations Update #3 from Suzanne Brannagan, AIUEA Chief Negotiator

The Core Team of the AIUEA met with representatives of the AIU on April 9, 2014, April 22, 2014, and April 29, 2014. Our negotiation sessions have been positive and productive. Further meeting dates are scheduled.

As always, our goal for the next Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is a fair and equitable contract. 

You may reach AIUEA leadership at any time by emailing us at aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com.

The sections listed below have been signed as a Tentative Agreement (TA).

It is suggested that you track the signed sections by noting them in your 2011-2014 CBA. 

If you know of a colleague who is not receiving negotiation updates, please have her/him email aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com  to provide a private email address.  Use of an AIU email address is not appropriate and will not be accepted as part of the list serve. For your reference, the updates will also be posted on our website at http://aiuea.psealocals.org.

Tentative Agreement (TA) Sections

2-Recognition

3-Statuatory Savings Clouse

4-Just Cause Provision

5-Rights and Privileges

6 - Availability of Budgetary Information

7-Right to Speak at Meetings

8-Use of School Buildings

9-Use of School Equipment

10-Bulletin Board

11-Use of Special Education Center Mail Facilities

12-Required Meetings or Hearings

13-Pay Periods

15-Notification of Teaching Assignment

16-Notification of Supplies

17 Teacher-Administration Liaison

18-Grievance Procedure

19 Notification of Complaint Procedure Related to AIU Contracted Services

21-School Calendar

22-Minority Religious Holiday

24-Extended Assignments

26-Attendance of Parent/Student Conferences

27-Sick Leave

28-Extended Sick Leave on Extended Contracts

29-Annual Report of Accumulated Sick Leave

31-Bereavement Leave

32-Jury Duty/Court Appearance Leave

33-Military Leave

34-Sabbatical

35-Attending Professional Conferences/Trainings

40-Protection of Teacher, Students and Property

41-Graduate Study

42-Substitutes

43-Release Time for Meetings with Administration

44-Leaving the Building

45-Evaluation of Students

46-Caseload

47-Art and Music

48-Non-Teaching Duties

49-Student Disciplinary Procedure

50-Teacher Facilities

51-Classroom Visits

53-Reduction of Staff

54-School Counselors, Psychologist, Audiologist, Transition Consultants and Social Workers

55-Nurses

56-Clarification of Contract Sections for District Based Personnel

57-District Based Classes

59-Speech/Language, Hearing and Vision Itinerants

60-Non – Public Schools

62-Alternative Procedure for Adherence to Work Year in Cases of School District Strikes

64- Vehicle Road Emergency

65-Instructional Equipment Repair

66-Master and Head Teachers

67-Regular Part-Time Employee Benefits

69-Induction

72-Extracurricular Pay

73-Salary Schedules/Incremental Movement

74-Association Leave

75-Duplication of Agreement

76-No Strike/Lock- Out Provision

77-Zipper Clause

79-Exchange Teacher Leave

80-State and Local Association

81-Family and Medical Leave

83-President

85 - Transfer Between Entities

86-Fair Share

87-Job Sharing

88-DART Medication (Addendum A)

Appendix A-Caseload and Class Size for Special Education

 

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    Negotiations Update #2 from Suzanne Brannagan, AIUEA Chief Negotiator
     
    On Wednesday, March 19, 2014, the Core Negotiations Team of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit Education Association and UniServe Representative Dan Carey met with representatives from the Allegheny Intermediate Unit to exchange proposals for the development of the 2014 Collective Bargaining Agreement.
     
    The meeting was cordial and productive.  Two additional dates for formal negotiations have been scheduled.
     
    Additional updates to follow. 
     
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  • NEGOTIATIONS UPDATE #1: SEE BELOW

  • With the imminent sunset of the 2011-2014 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) on June 30, 2014, the process of negotiating the next CBA has begun.  In preparation for the 2014 Round of Negotiations and based on their commitment to this lofty task, I have selected the following members of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit Education Association (AIUEA) to represent the various programs of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit.  In preparation for this Round of Negotiations, many of the TEAM members listed below have attended PSEA’s Leadership Workshop at Gettysburg College. 

     

    Based on their significance to the process, I refer to them as the TEAM.

     

    Name                                      TEAM                                       Representation_______________

    Suzanne Brannagan                Chief Negotiator                        Bargaining Unit

    Victoria Rice Campbell           AIUEA Core Team Member     Bargaining Unit/District Based and Transition

    Danielle Clouse                       AIUEA Core Team Member       Bargaining Unit

    Mary Brushaber                     AIUEA Committee Member     Centers

    Dena Conway                         AIUEA Committee Member     DART

    Betsy Dalton                           AIUEA Committee Member     English as a Second Language

    Darlene Geddes                      AIUEA Committee Member     Speech and Language

    Michael Horvat                       AIUEA Committee Member     Hearing and Vision

    Vicky Kovacs                         AIUEA Committee Member     Non Public Schools

    Jan Pressman                           AIUEA Committee Member     English as a Second Language

    Janice Vogan                           AIUEA Committee Member     Pupil Personnel Services

    Michael Harrison                     AIUEA Salary Committee        Bargaining Unit   

  • The TEAM’s first meeting was held on September 10, 2013.  At that time, the goal of meeting was to meet at least two times per month and remain in continual communication via text, email, and TEAM meetings was established.

  • Following the selection of the TEAM and the onset of internal meetings, the negotiation process included a PSEA-recommended survey which was mailed to our members.  The results of the surveys were tabulated by PSEA and returned to the TEAM in graph form for easy analysis. To insure that the TEAM maintains awareness of the needs and desires of the membership, this data is continually referenced during the negotiation process.  

     

    As required by Act 88 of 1992: The Collective Bargaining Law for School Employees and to meet the time line requirements of the process, Dan Carey, PSEA Uniserv Representative, and I met with Dr. Michael Brinkos,  Assistant Executive Director for Operations and Educational Services, and his negotiations team  on Tuesday, January 7, 2014.  In essence, with this meeting, the formal negotiations process has begun.

     

    Please allow periodic emails presented in this format to inform you of our progress in the negotiation process.  In other words, if you did not hear it directly from me or a member of the Core Team, then please consider it rumor, innuendo, or simply speculation.  For your reference, the updates will also be posted on our website at http://aiuea.psealocals.org.  Parenthetically, this process of communication was developed in response to your survey request for more information during the negotiation process.

    As updates are sent, you may want to track the sections of the CBA that are signed by noting such in your 2011-2014 CBA.  The periodic updates will provide the specific sections which have been signed by both teams to date. 

       

    If you know of a colleague who is not receiving negotiation updates, please have her/him email aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com  to provide a private email address.  Use of an AIU email address is not appropriate and will not be accepted as part of the list serve.

     

    As always, our goal for the negotiation of the next CBA is a fair and equitable contract.  You may reach AIUEA leadership at any time by emailing us at aiueamemberconcerns@gmail.com.

       

  • Remember to check your September 15th pay. Take your pre tax amount and multiply by 24 to make sure you are on the correct salary and step. If you are not, contact the IU!!!
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  • Please "like" the Allegheny Intermediate Unit Association on Facebook! Just search for it and like us. Important information and dates will be on this page. Feel free to share!

  • If you change your name, email or phone number at any time, please send the information to janpressman@gmail.com  !!! 


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Important Information

 

 

 

 

  • Spending Plan (FSA’s)
 
Members – You should have recently received a document form the AIU regarding Flexible Spending Plans.
 

We encourage you to seriously consider utilizing this plan to cover your out of pocket expenses.  Remember your insurance now has a deductible ($200.00 individual and $400.00 for family) which will also fall under the category of out of pocket expenses.

PLEASE SEE THE BENEFIT CHANGES CHART IN THE IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS SECTION OF THE WEBSITE ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT!!

 

 

  • Are you a mentor?

Perhaps you are a formal mentor.  Perhaps you are a natural mentor.  Mentors are such an important part of the development of a novice teacher or a teacher who transfers into a new program.  Association Leadership applauds the individuals who volunteer to mentor – whether formally or naturally!

  • The good mentor is committed to the role of mentoring.
  • The good mentor is a model as a continuous learner.
  • The good mentor is accepting of the beginning teacher.
  • The good mentor is skilled at providing instructional support.
  • The good mentor is effective in different interpersonal contexts.
  • The good mentor communicates hope and optimism.

  

  • Retirement Information

Retirement is not just a big decision – it is a decision which must be made on clear and comprehension information.   If you are within five years of retiring, consider attending a retirement preparatory workshop.  In your PSERS Active Member Newsletter a schedule for the Foundations for Your Future workshops for the remaining academic year is available.  You may attend a workshop in a different region.  Simply call the region of your choice and make your reservation to attend.

Please note: Contractually, in order to be eligible for the retirement healthcare benefits, staff is required to submit a formal letter of retirement no later than March 30.  If the decision is not made by March 30, then an employee must give 60 days notice to retire to Human Resources and reserve retirement healthcare benefits. 

  • National Board Certification

(As reprint from www.psea.org)

National Board certification is the highest earned credential in the teaching profession. A teacher-driven, voluntary process established by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, certification is achieved through a rigorous, performance-based assessment that typically takes one to three years to complete, and measures what accomplished teachers should know and be able to do. National board certification does not replace the need for state certification. As part of the process, teachers build a portfolio that includes student work samples, assignments, videotapes and a thorough analysis of their classroom teaching. Additionally, teachers are assessed on their knowledge of the subjects they teach.

 

  • PA Education’s Newest Acronym: EEP

EEP, Educator Effectiveness Project, is PDE’s continuing effort to redesign educator evaluation.  The funding source for the creation of new evaluation rubrics, training, and professional development is part of the $41 million in federal competitive grants awarded to the commonwealth from Race to the Top (RTTT) funds.  The EEP continues to have as its goal the use of ‘multiple measures of student achievement and growth.’  The EEP is still in the design phase and the evaluation rubrics are still under development.  In the interim, the professional employees of the AIU will continue to be evaluated by the current evaluation instruments.

Source: PSEA Professional Learning Exchange

 

Follow PSEA on:  www.twitter.com/psea  and www.facebook.com/Pennsylvania.EA

 

Teachers have a maniacal focus on perfection!

 

 

Important Dates for AIUEA
Important AIUEA Information
  • How to contact Pennsylvania State Representatives:
    http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/home/member_information/email_list.cfm?body=H
  • How to Contact State Senators:
    http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/home/member_information/senators_alpha.cfm
  • Governor Tom Corbett: 225 Main Capitol Bldg. Harrisburg, PA 17120-0020
    Phone: 1-717-787-2500, Fax: 1-717-775-8284 Email:
    governor@state.pa.us
  • To Register to vote: Voter registration forms can be downloaded at www.dos.state.pa.us/voting Click on the right side of the page (voter registration application)
  • To find out who your legislators are: Call your county election bureau and give them your address. They will tell you who your state representative is and who your state senator is if you are uncertain.
  • Allegheny County: call 412-350-4500
  • Be sure to contact your legislator about important topics emailed to you by our president!! Emails are sent out frequently!!
  • Be sure to read your emails from PSEA and respond to any action needed!!

    ¨ Visit psea.org/actnow to make your voice heard.

    ¨ Sign a petition opposing the governor’s proposed school funding cuts at stopthebilliondollarcut.org

    ¨ Sign up for text message alerts about school vouchers and school funding at www.psea.org/textalerts

    ¨ Savepaschools.org or psea.org/schoolcuts to see if your district is on the list for cuts!

    ¨ Solutionsthatworkpa.org
  • Support PSEA-PACE

    PSEA-PACE is a political action committee established by PSEA to support candidates in Pennsylvania elections. PACE is a voluntary contribution you can make to state and local candidates who support issues related to public education. You can also voluntarily contribute to the NEA-Fund. The National Education Association Fund for Children and Public Education supports pro-public education candidates who are running for federal office.

    If you are a new hire who would like to make a political action contribution for PSEA-PACE for local and state elections and/or the NEA-Fund for federal elections, complete the pledge section on the same enrollment used to join the AIUEA. If you are an existing member who would like to contribute to PSEA-PACE and/or the NEA-Fund, contact Jan Pressman to have a contribution form sent to you. You can make a one-time contribution or a continuous year-to year pledge. Only 42 of our 400 members contribute on a regular basis to PACE. We need your support!
  • To join partners for public education it only costs $1.00 for a 5 year membership!! For more information please go to psea.org!


    To write letters to show support for the Chester Upland School District send to: Chester Upland 400 North Third St. P.O. Box 1724 Harrisburg, PA 17105-1724


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NEW 2015 AIUEA Expense VoucherDANIELLE CLOUSE 4/15/201586.00 KBDownload
NEA DuesDANIELLE CLOUSE 11/5/201337.04 KBDownload
NEW SALARY SCHEDULEDANIELLE CLOUSE 8/12/201296.50 KBDownload
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Kades Margolis Scholarship InformationDANIELLE CLOUSE 1/8/2015356.88 KBDownload
Membership Discounts at Fitness LocationsDANIELLE CLOUSE 9/5/20132.12 MBDownload
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Workman's Comp InfoDANIELLE CLOUSE 10/20/20122.78 MBDownload
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Protect your eyesDANIELLE CLOUSE 3/24/20132.63 MBDownload
Kades Margolis Scholarship ApplicationDANIELLE CLOUSE 1/8/2015324.21 KBDownload
Blood DriveDANIELLE CLOUSE 6/18/2014332.41 KBDownload
Benefits Change InformationDANIELLE CLOUSE 7/30/20121.33 MBDownload
Conference on Behavior SupportDANIELLE CLOUSE 1/23/2013140.43 KBDownload
Blood DriveDANIELLE CLOUSE 6/18/2014332.41 KBDownload
Annie Sullivan Nomination FormDANIELLE CLOUSE 4/7/201339.50 KBDownload
ACT 85 and Opportunity ScholarshipDANIELLE CLOUSE 9/2/201295.79 KBDownload
2014 Teacher Specific DataDANIELLE CLOUSE 9/28/2014113.01 KBDownload
ANNIE SULLIVAN 2015DANIELLE CLOUSE 3/26/201513.29 KBDownload
AIUEA Fiscal PolicyDANIELLE CLOUSE 9/25/201220.90 KBDownload
Head InjuriesDANIELLE CLOUSE 3/24/20132.59 MBDownload
Flipped LearningDANIELLE CLOUSE 3/20/2014225.59 KBDownload
Imagine A Healthier YouDANIELLE CLOUSE 10/3/2013938.05 KBDownload
Healthcare RallyDANIELLE CLOUSE 9/3/2013909.35 KBDownload
Evaluation of Non Teaching ProfessionalsDANIELLE CLOUSE 8/5/2014111.97 KBDownload
Contact you legislatorsDANIELLE CLOUSE 4/8/20132.16 MBDownload
Constitution and Bi Laws of the AIUEADANIELLE CLOUSE 8/29/201262.67 KBDownload
EU in BrusselsDANIELLE CLOUSE 3/14/2015258.50 KBDownload
ED Camp PGHDANIELLE CLOUSE 3/20/2014504.15 KBDownload
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Meet this year's honorees.

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PSEA President Mike Crossey issued a May 13 statement regarding a flawed pension bill state Senate Republican leaders rushed through the Senate.

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Proposed bill ties educator furloughs to evaluation scores
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Student PSEA members transform a school library
On a warm spring day in early April, more than 300 enthusiastic college students, several teachers, volunteers, and retired educators arrived at Camp Curtin Academy in Harrisburg School District, an urban district hit especially hard by recent school funding cuts. Armed with art supplies, blueprints, and ambitious goals, they set out to beautify the school and transform the school library.
4/24/2015 1:39:20 PM

Attention PSERS members: Notice of telephone scam
PSERS issued an alert to all active and retired members about a recurring telephone scam in which PSERS members are contacted by individuals claiming to be with the U.S. Treasury or Internal Revenue Service. These individuals state there is an issue with their PSERS benefit.
4/24/2015 11:35:20 AM
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