The annual PAMLE State Conference was a huge success in virtual format! Attendees still have access to all the conference content via the portal until March 31. Act 48 credit is available as well, visit the evaluation session in the conference portal. Thanks to all our wonderful presenters, partners, sponsors and, of course, attendees!
Entering a new school is never easy for many students. This fall they will be returning to buildings after an absence of more than a year. Join Dru Tomlin, Principal of Heritage Middle School in Ohio and Gail Heinemeyer, former principal of Ridley Middle School, as they share strategies to develop and implement a transition plan for students both entering and leaving the middle level. The presenters will discuss identifying the concerns of all stakeholders and offer ideas to address those concerns. Join us for this webinar entitled "Coming and Going- Transitioning In and Out of Middle School" on March 10 at 7 PM. Registration is open now!
Visit our Webinars page for recordings and resources from past webinars.
We’re excited to share a recent news release highlighting how we’ve helped put teachers on track to reach $100 million in Public Service Loan Forgiveness. And we’re extending complimentary access to our Student Loan Solutions platform for educators. The SLS program is complimentary to both the school district and employees in appreciation of everything our schools and teachers are doing during the pandemic. School districts interested in learning more about the SLS program for employees and new hires can click here. Educators can sign up directly here.Learn more about American College of Education programs offered, affordability, upcoming start dates and available grant opportunities. Register here to find out how ACE is here to get you there! Unable to attend? Please register and a link of the recorded session will be sent to view at your convenience.
One great piece of news from last year was the announcement that the Pittsburgh Business Times bestowed its coveted “2020 Best Places to Work” honor on Bentworth School District. Read the full story from this month's "The Voice" magazine from PSEA.
PAMLE members can now enjoy 75% off an all-access pass to all of the professional development content at Brain Power Academy. Visit our Partners Page for all the details!
Legislative - Carol Watson
Find out more About CMLA
The Collegiate Middle Level Association (CMLA) is a professional education organization for college students preparing to become middle level teachers. Some colleges and universities have a chapter you can join, or you can start one at your institution, or you can become a member of the chapter at-large if your program is very small. CMLA’s are unique to each chapter, but all members have the commonalities of being dedicated to the developmentally appropriate education of young adolescents (ages 10-15) and passionate about developing their own ability to be effective middle level teachers. Check the AMLE website to learn about activities and opportunities available through CMLA.
For even deeper involvement in the field of Middle Level Education in Pennsylvania, check out this opportunity to become the CMLA representative to the PAMLE State Board.
PAMLE is a proud affiliate of the Association for Middle Level Education
AMLE LEGACY VIDEOS
The Middle Level Legacy video series documents the history of a major educational reform in American Education: the Middle School Movement. Check out these videos from AMLE.
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