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Join Our Campaign and Tweet to Your Member of Congress

Join Our Campaign and Tweet to Your Member of Congress

In order to raise awareness of the need for more professional development for principals and assistant principals, AFSA, together with the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), has launched the #PD4Principals campaign.

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NLRB Judge Bans Hospital Chain’s ‘Overly Broad’ Social Media Rules

PITTSBURGH —A National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge has banned the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s “overly broad” rules against workers using social media. If upheld, his decision could aid union communications during organizing drives nationwide. But judge David Goldman’s April 19 ruling wasn’t a complete win for the Service Employees (SEIU), who challenged three UPMC communication rules. Goldman […]

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Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

Social media can be an effective tool for school administrators and local union leaders when used correctly. Union leaders can use social media to activate and increase membership, while school administrators, with permission from their schools, can use social media to positively promote their school or other organizations. Twitter, Facebook and YouTube are three popular social media sites that could be advantageous for schools and union leaders.

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