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American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA)
Founded 1976
Members 20,000 [1]
Country United States
Affiliation AFL-CIO
Key people Diann Woodard, president
Office location 1101 17TH ST NW STE 408 Washington, D.C.

The American Federation of School Administrators or AFSA represents public school principals, vice principals, administrators, and supervisors in the United States. The trade union belongs to the AFL-CIO as one of the organizations smallest members.

Because the Taft–Hartley Act does not recognize supervisors as union-eligible under federal law, AFSA only negotiates collective bargaining agreements in states where local labor rules permit them.[2] In most areas, the organization functions as a professional association rather than a traditional union.

The organization publishes The AFSA Administrator and presents the Distinguished Leadership Award to highlight member achievements.[3]

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