• March For Our Schools

    Click here to sign up:  MarchForOurSchools.com Maryland legislators have the historic chance to fix the $2.9 billion funding gap impacting Maryland’s schools — an average of $2 million in every school across...
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    CCCTA members lead in their buildings and at the state and national level.  Building representatives attend monthly meetings and share information, opportunities, and resources with all building members and act as...
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     The purposes of CCCTA shall be: ~To work for the welfare of students, the advancement of public education, and the expansion of the instructional opportunities for students and educational professionals. ~To promote ethical practices, to...
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      Why Politics? Elected politicians, or those appointed by them, decide every one of the important education issues we deal with every day. If you ever wondered why your Local Association and MSEA...
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    Watch for updates on this year's CCCTA Service Membership Recognition Social in early May.  ...
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  • Poll: Maryland Educators Face Increasing Financial Strains August 22, 2019
    Half of Maryland educators work a second job to make ends meetThursday, August 22, 2019 Adam Mendelsonamendelson@mseanea.org(443) 433-3630 A startling—and increasing—number of Maryland educators work second jobs, spend their own money on school supplies, and run up personal debt just to make ends meet, according to a new poll of the state’s educators. Poll findings […]
  • Educators Celebrate School Funding Law’s Enactment, Now Focused on Passing New Funding Formula May 15, 2019
    Bipartisan Blueprint Legislation Passed With Support of Majority of Republican LegislatorsWednesday, May 15, 2019 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 This afternoon, Gov. Hogan allowed SB 1030, legislation to begin implementing the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future, to go into law without his signature. He also released $255 million in additional education funding passed in a bipartisan budget. That funding […]
  • Educators Congratulate New Maryland Speaker Adrienne Jones May 1, 2019
    As Maryland’s First Black and Woman Speaker—and Member of the Kirwan Commission—Jones in Position to Deliver Important Progress on Educational EquityWednesday, May 1, 2019 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Annapolis, Maryland—This afternoon, the House of Delegates unanimously elected Del. Adrienne Jones to serve as their next speaker. Maryland State Education Association President and Baltimore County teacher Cheryl Bost […]