The professional development event of the year. Be inspired at more than four exciting venues AND invest in professional development for top administrators and school board members.
The 2015 Exhibit Hall will feature a new and exciting floor plan guaranteeing valuable exposure at all areas of the hall. Maximize your investment by signing up for one of these relationship-building booths today! There is less booth space for 2015 and availability will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. PSBA Partners have first right of refusal regarding 2015 exhibit booths. PSBA will work to honor your choices but can make no guarantees.
Capture the attention of Pennsylvania school districts and school decision-makers at the premier school leadership event in PA. Meet face-to-face with an audience that has the final vote on school district budgets and ultimately the funding of your project or service.
NEW! This year there will be the Classroom of the Future in the center of the exhibit hall and many exciting features to make the hall the place to mingle at this year’s conference. The new and exciting floor plan guarantees valuable exposure at every booth.
The Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators (PASA) is the membership organization of Pennsylvania's chief school administrators, central office administrations and other administrative professionals, with over 800 members, including school district superintendents, intermediate unit executive directors and charter school chief administrative officers.
The Pennsylvania School Boards Association is a nonprofit statewide association of public school boards, pledged to the highest ideals of local lay leadership for the public schools of the commonwealth. The Pennsylvania School Boards Association, founded in 1895, has a rich history as the first school boards association established in the United States. Pennsylvania’s 4,500 school directors become members by virtue of election to their local board - the board joins as a whole. Membership in PSBA is by school district or other eligible local education agency such as intermediate unit, vocational school or community college. Over the past several decades, voluntary membership by local school entities has been virtually 100%.