WHO WE ARE
The Council of School Supervisors and Administrators is the collective bargaining unit for 6,100 Principals, Assistant Principals, Supervisors and Education Administrators who work in the NYC public schools and 200 Directors and Assistant Directors who work in city-subsidized Centers for Early Childhood Education (ECE). CSA also has more than 10,000 members in its Retiree Chapter.
Through our collective strength and unity, our members engage in a rewarding and distinguished profession while maintaining a respectable quality of life.
To effectively communicate and engage with all members and ensure that their concerns are appropriately addressed.
To continually strengthen the public image of New York City school leaders.
To ensure that all collective bargaining rights, wages and benefits, and working conditions of all our members are protected and fairly negotiated.
To Provide the students of New York City with a well-rounded education of the highest quality.
WHAT WE DO
On behalf of its members, CSA negotiates salary, benefits and working conditions related to the administration and supervision of NYC public schools. CSA monitors the enforcement of its contract with the city and fights for members’ legal rights. CSA also provides exemplary professional development for its members through the Executive Leadership Institute, a non-profit branch of the union. CSA offers confidential mentoring to individual members through the Supervisory Support Program, a professional development program provided through the union’s contract.
CSA is Local 1 of the American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA), AFL-CIO, located in Washington, DC. CSA is also affiliated with the NYS Federation of School Administrators (NYSFSA), which is, in turn, a member of the NYS School Administrators Consortium (NYSSAC).