Kelly Educational Staffing® and the Florida Association of School Administrators Announce Partnership to Benefit Retired Educators

Jun 28, 2018
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In a release issued under the same headline earlier today by Kelly Services, Inc. (Nasdaq:KELYA) (Nasdaq:KELYB) please note that the email address in the final paragraph, before the Media Contacts, should be, rather than the email address that was previously included. The corrected release follows:

Kelly Educational Staffing (KES®) and The Florida Association of School Administrators (FASA) today announced a joint partnership designed to benefit retired educators. The partnership connects retiring administrators and teachers to job opportunities with KES client-schools, allowing them to remain active in the educational community.

Since 1997, KES has been providing employment to education professionals through thousands of client-school partnerships across the U.S.  In Florida, KES employs over 10,000 substitute teachers, including retirees, while offering access to continued training, personal development courses and health benefits. Working through KES allows retired administrators and teachers to return to schools immediately without affecting retirement benefits.

“Providing administrators the opportunity to return to work after retirement ensures institutional knowledge and high performing educators continue to provide the best education in Florida," said Juhan Mixon, Ed.D., executive director of FASA. “We are excited for the partnership with Kelly Educational Staffing and for our members.”

In light of the current teacher shortage, the partnership is a win-win situation for both schools and retired educators alike. KES not only serves as an excellent resource for employment that is rewarding, flexible, and fits the “retired” lifestyle, but it also provides a solution to school districts struggling to fill administrator positions that play a vital role in student achievement.

“As part of our commitment to education in Florida, we are excited about our partnership with FASA and the ability to bring retirees back into school districts to fill much needed roles,” said Debbie Pearson, vice president, Strategic Sales, KES.  “Through the partnership, retirees can remain active in the educational community without a waiting period and continue to have a positive impact on school district performance.”

About Florida Association of School Administrators (FASA)
Founded in 1977, FASA's mission is to support administrators in providing high-quality education to the students of Florida through advocacy, leadership, and professional development. FASA is the second largest and fastest growing-education association in the state and has a membership of nearly 5,000 superintendents, principals, assistant principals and district-level administrators. FASA provides training and development programs, publications, and conferences.  Florida Association of School Administrators Inc. (FASA) operates as a nonprofit trade association.

About Kelly Educational Staffing 
Kelly Educational Staffing® (KES®), a specialty service of Kelly Services® (Nasdaq:KELYA) (Nasdaq:KELYB), is the first staffing provider to develop a comprehensive education talent management solution. Launched in 1997, KES partners with more than 7,055 public, private and charter schools across 35 states.  In addition, KES provides schools with quality substitute teacher staffing and management, in addition to after school program staffing, and the staffing of non-instructional positions such as custodians, cafeteria employees, administrative assistants, administrators, and school nurses. More than 3 million classrooms are filled by a KES substitute teacher each school year.  Visit

*Are you a retired educator interested in working through KES?  If so, email us at for more information.

Media Contacts:
Jane Stehney
Kelly Services/Education Practice
(248) 574-9800

Asia Miller
Florida Association of School Administrators
(850) 572-0358


Source: Kelly Services, Inc.

Source: Florida Association of School Administrators