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The APA, as an affiliate of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, represents over 1000 professional administrators employed at the nine Massachusetts State Universities. APA members are dedicated to the overall mission of the system; to provide quality education to the citizens of the Commonwealth.

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News and Events

News

Make Plans to Be at the State House for the Fund Our Future Rally on May 16

We have a once-in-a-generation chance to pass bills increasing the amount of state aid for our…

The MTA Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee invites all MTA members to participate in free forums during March and April to discuss, “What It Means to Decolonize the Curriculum.”

March 21: Join our broad coalition of advocates at Public Higher Education Advocacy Day 2019 at the State House.

Hundreds of students, educators, and…

 

Question of the Month

Q. Should employee and supervisor be required to meet after both Bi-Annual evaluation narratives are submitted by the APA member to the Administrative Area Supervisor (November and April)?

A. The intention of the new evaluation process it to promote communication between employees and supervisors. Ideally, after the first bi-annual report is submitted there would be some kind of acknowledgement of the report.  If there is any dispute about the content of the first narrative – a broader follow-up discussion should be conducted.  It is required that a meeting be held after both narratives have been completed in April - and prior to the full evaluation package being submitted to HR for the employee record in June