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PAMLE Night at the Phillies

Again this spring, PAMLE will have a night at the Phillies as a fundraiser for the organization. Come out and support PAMLE at Citizens Bank Park on Friday night, May 20 vs the Los Angeles Dodgers. Game time is 7:05 PM.

All proceeds PAMLE receives goes to providing professional development for middle school practitioners throughout the year. We greatly appreciate your support. See you at the game!

Click here to purchase your tickets!

Schools to Watch Training

PAMLE will be conducting Schools to Watch (STW) Training this summer at the Country Inn & Suites in State College, PA on July 17 & 18. Registration will be limited, so register early! Registration cost is $60. This includes lunch both days and dinner on Sunday night. Breakfast is provided by hotel. This also includes a hotel room (double occupancy). If you want a single room there is an additional $65 charge. All materials will be provided as part of registration. Everyone who completes the STW Training is then eligible to screen applications and attend STW Site Visits to schools. Please share this information with colleagues within your school or district. Register here today! Schools to Watch is a program of the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform. If you have any specific questions, please email Bruce Vosburgh at bvosbur@comcast.net.

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Call For Presenters #PAMLE23

PAMLE State Conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza in King of Prussia, February 25-27, 2023. Don’t miss this opportunity for first class middle level professional development. Plan today for next year’s conference!! Visit our conference page today! AND we are looking for presenters! Submit a proposal today!

PAMLE Webinars

Webinars are free to all participants. ACT 48 hours are awarded to participants including those who view the recording. You can view all recorded webinars on the PAMLE YouTube Channel!

Upcoming events

Middle School Vacancies

This listing is compiled from emails sent to PAMLE Board Members. Check back often as this will be updated regularly.

Latest News

Legislative - Carol Watson

Betwixt and Between

The new issue (spring) of Betwixt and Between is now available on the PaPOMLE website. Scroll to the bottom of the page to access the latest edition as well as previously published issues. It has many great articles for educators including some authored by a ML professor, a ML principal, and a ML teacher education candidate. 

And click here to find out how Betwixt & Between has recently expanded to reflect the voices of ALL stakeholders engaged in ML education! Although we will keep the formal research section, we are now offering new non-research calls for short essays (500-750 words) from ML teachers and ML students! Read more here.

Find out more About CMLA

The Collegiate Middle Level Association 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.

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MEMBERS-ONLY SECTION

Log into the MEMBERS section of the website. Click on the “Members” menu at the top left-hand side of the page. If you don't know your login information please send an email to support@pamle.org to get your username and password.

Resources From PAMLE and AMLE

Check out these resources from AMLE and PAMLE. During this unprecedented time, educators are being asked to support their school communities while adapting to an entirely different way of teaching almost overnight.

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