• Census 2020- Respond Today!

    What matters to you? Schools? Transportation? Hospitals? Data from the Census affects funding for all these important community resources. To compelte the census and learn how census data impacts you and your community, visit 2020census.gov.   About the...
  • CCCTA Service Recognition Social

    We can't meet together to honor our friends for their years of service as we normally do but we are so proud and thankful for the work they and you...
  • CCCTA Representative Assembly

    CCCTA members lead in their buildings and at the state and national level.  Building representatives attend monthly meetings (now virtually) and share information, opportunities, and resources with all building members...
  • Working Together to Achieve More!

     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...
  • Political Action

      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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  • MSEA Statement on Board of Public Works Rejecting Gov. Hogan’s School Funding Cuts July 1, 2020
    Wednesday, July 1, 2020 Adam Mendelsonamendelson@mseanea.org The following statement may be attributed to Baltimore County elementary school teacher and Maryland State Education Association President Cheryl Bost: “The rejection of Gov. Hogan’s attempt to defund our public schools during the middle of a pandemic is a win—but it’s incredibly disappointing that the governor tried this in […]
  • MSEA Statement on $345 Million in Education Cuts Proposed by Gov. Hogan June 26, 2020
    Friday, June 26, 2020 Patti Mullinspmullins@mseanea.org The following statement may be attributed to Baltimore County elementary school teacher and Maryland State Education Association President Cheryl Bost: “Governor Hogan’s proposed $345 million in cuts to public school funding are unconscionable and endanger the health of Maryland’s educators and students. Crisis distance learning this spring has deepened […]
  • The 2020 MSEA Convention Will Be Held Virtually June 16, 2020
    June 16, 2020From MSEA President Cheryl Bost: In ways big and small, the coronavirus pandemic has reshaped our daily lives and the events that we look forward to year after year. At MSEA, one of the highlights of our year is the MSEA Convention in Ocean City. We’ve spent the last several weeks discussing this […]

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