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The U.S. Department of Education’s (DOE’s) Office of Technology recently reached out to AFSA to identify school leaders to join roundtables and share their insights on AI.
You know how most people try to get out of lunch duty? I love lunch duty. It connects me with kids.

Happy Labor Day! Today is a holiday to honor working people and the ways we’ve transformed dangerous jobs into family-sustaining careers, industry by industry.

Standing together with co-workers in a union makes a tangible difference in your life that you feel every day. Here's how:

With the start of a new school year and the celebration of Labor Day, the AFSA leadership team had the opportunity to discuss critical issues impacting our schools and the labor community with U.S. House of Representatives Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries.
We are shaping our future community and we need to teach and model for our students how to collaborate and be thoughtful, and that everyone has something to offer society.
A new Economic Policy Institute report shows that racial economic disparities have persisted with limited policy focus on racial equity. Sixty years after the March on Washington, policy has failed to meet the economic demands.
Corporations and extremist politicians and judges are bent on dividing us and erasing the progress.
Any reforms within an educational system that have the potential to elevate student learning, foster accomplishments and concurrently empower local educators represent a positive stride in the correct direction.