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    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...
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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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  • MSEA Calls for Clarity: Maintain Distance Learning into January as Cases Climb November 24, 2020
    Given the statewide spike in coronavirus cases, Baltimore County elementary school teacher and Maryland State Education Association President Cheryl Bost has sent the below letter to State Superintendent Karen Salmon requesting a statewide announcement that schools will operate in distance learning mode until at least the end of the semester. Although educators are eager for […]
  • Letter from MSEA President Cheryl Bost to State Superintendent Karen Salmon November 24, 2020
    November 24, 2020 Dear Superintendent Salmon: As you know, we are in a time of deep stress and uncertainty as we face the daily challenges of life during a pandemic. We are seeing coronavirus outbreaks in schools across Maryland, and we are watching with despair the drastic rise in positive cases, community spread, hospitalizations, and […]
  • MSEA Sets Agenda with Safety Checklist November 6, 2020
    This Month in Annapolis MSEA Develops Checklist to Reopen Schools Safely MSEA has consistently called for the implementation of specific safety measures while state school officials have failed to deliver clear standards and resources to ensure safe in-person instruction. Lack of leadership from Superintendent Karen Salmon and the State Board of Education (SBOE) drew criticism […]

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