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75 percent of education professionals say they would approve a proposal for a union in their workplace according to AFL-CIO survey of non-union professionals.
AFSA member Doreen Seaman, an Air Force veteran and school leader.
AFSA member Richard Ojeda, a Navy veteran and school leader.
AFSA Member Herb Gardner, an Army veteran and a lifelong educator.
The bottom line is: We need people to get out and vote; there are no do-overs here.
Schools across the nation are filled with students and educators facing critical mental health issues and staff shortages, and principals are lacking the necessary resources needed to handle this growing crisis .
It is up to us as school leaders to help drive the discussion on what the future of public education should look like to provide our students with a world-class education.

The AFSA family is expanding!

"We believe it goes without saying that school leaders across the nation continue to see the need to come together and have a real voice at the table. And that interest is obviously growing," said AFSA President Dr. Leonard P. Pugliese. "It fills me with great joy to see our strength as a union continue to expand."

Since the July 2022 convention, the General Executive Board has granted charters to four groups: