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Act 93 consultation is available to groups and individuals. You may use our web site to gather critical salary data (which is obtained from PDE) to use for meet and discuss, and we have samples of agreements and advice you many want to consider in your agreement. In addition, the PAESSP staff is ready to assist you in preparing for Act 93 sessions.
Below is a link to the Wallace Foundation’s report, “How Leadership Influences Student Learning.” It is an excellent compilation of research for use in your Act 93 discussions.
Click here for the report.
Executive Director's Notepad - The Pennsylvania Administrator - February 2011 - Act 93 Agreements and Your Rights as Principals
DISCLAIMER: In your meet and discuss meetings with your Board, we do not want to be in a situation where one Board discusses or shares the planning of another Board’s Act 93. These samples provide ideas on how to construct your Act 93, and are to be used only in that fashion. Feel free to take sections or alter parts of these various Act 93 agreements for your use. However, we request that you do not use these Act 93 agreements in their entirety with your Board.
The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania hereby enacts as follows:
The act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30,No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, is amended by adding a section to read:
Section 1164. Compensation Plans for School Administrators -
As used in this section, the following words will have the following meanings:
"Administrative compensation" shall mean administrator salaries and fringe benefits, and shall include any board decision that directly affects administrator compensation such as administrative evaluation and early retirement programs.
"School administrator" shall mean any employee of the school district entity below the rank of district superintendent, executive director, director of vocational technical school, assistant district superintendent or assistant executive director, but including the rank of first level supervisor, who by virtue of assigned duties is not in a bargaining unit of public employees as created under the act of July 23, 1970 (P.L.563,No.195), known as the "Public Employee Relations Act." However, this definition shall not apply to anyone who has the duties and responsibilities of the position of a business manager or personnel director, but not to include principals.
"School employer" shall mean a board of directors, the area vocational technical school board of directors or the intermediate unit board of school directors as defined in this act.
An administrator compensation plan adopted pursuant to this section shall include, but not be limited to, the following items:
(f) School employers and school administrators shall continue to be subject to the act of June 30, 1947 (P.L.1183,No.492) commonly known as the Public Employees Anti-Strike Law.
Attention Administrators: Access Sections 1124-1125 of PA School Code of 1949