THIS WEEK IN ANNAPOLIS MSEA Advocates for Reduction in Mandated Spring Standardized Testing This week MSEA has been fighting for students and educators—who have enough stress navigating the myriad unique demands of education during the pandemic—to be given as much grace as possible from high-stakes standardized tests. In public comment Tuesday to the Maryland State […]
We did it! For the last four years, educators and education supporters have advocated around the clock to provide better, more equitable funding for our public schools. This historic progress will help us increase staffing, expand student programs, and raise educator pay. It is also a transformational step towards more equitable opportunities and schools for […]
Good morning President Crawford, Vice President Halle, and members of the board. As many students return to their classrooms and hopefully begin the long road back to normalcy, we need time to address social-emotional challenges and trauma exacerbated by the pandemic. We need to re-instill confidence in students that their schools are safe places that […]
Trump, DeVos ignore educators on what it will take to reopen schools safely
Administration only offers radical agenda of voucher schemes to privatize public education
WASHINGTON - July 07, 2020 -
The Cecil County Classroom Teachers Association, the Business and Education Partnership Advisory Council, and the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Committee are partnering to host a Primary Election Candidates...