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FY 2015 Agreements

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Teacher Agreement

Teacher Pay Scales


ESP Agreement

MOU/Side Letter/Circular Agreements

ESP Salary Scales


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  • Degrees Not Debt Seminar

    On Thursday, May 14th at 5 pm at Ellicott Mills Middle School, in the Media Center, HCEA is hosting a workshop to help Association members reduce their student debt obligation. RSVP...
  • 2015 ESP Summer Conference

    On August 7th from 8:30am-3:30pm at Marriotts Ridge HS (morning and afternoon sessions available). Who Is Invited? ALL HCPSS Educational Support Professionals (ESPs), including but not limited to secretaries and assistants...
  • HCEA Job Satisfaction Survey

    View the overall rankings and comparisons from the 2014-2015 Job Satisfaction Survey
  • Enjoy an evening of baseball and socializing at Camden Yards

    Please join us for an evening of baseball and socializing at Camden Yards on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015.   The O’s have partnered with us to offer a group of discounted...
  • Job Satisfaction Survey in the News

    Click here to read an article about the HCEA Job Satisfaction Survey from March 25, 2015 edition of The Howard County Times....


  • Educators Advance Pro-Public Education Policies During General Assembly Session
    “Public education came under assault this legislative session, but between incredible educator and parent engagement and pro-public education champions in the General Assembly, we were able to pass a budget that continues a strong commitment to public education,” said MSEA President Betty Weller. “Crucial funding is now available for our schools—all Gov. Hog
  • Educators: Still Time for Gov. Hogan to Do the Right Thing
    Inexplicably, Gov. Hogan appears prepared to punish Maryland’s public schools and our students as revenge for not getting his way on his initiatives, including a misguided voucher scheme to send $5 million in public funds to private schools. Despite overwhelming, bipartisan support in the General Assembly just three weeks ago to restore $132 million in Gov.
  • Educators Call Gov. Hogan’s Grandstanding “Incredibly Disappointing”
    Gov. Hogan's third supplemental budget proposal continues to ignore the General Assembly’s work to craft a better budget for Maryland that strengthens the pension system while also ensuring strong funding for public schools today. Gov. Hogan’s apparent eagerness to focus more on 11th hour political grandstanding than on compromise is incredibly disappoi
  • MSEA Membership Organizing Workshop
      The workshop is scheduled for May 16 at the DoubleTree Annapolis, from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Breakfast will be served beginning at 8 a.m.  Registration opens April 1 and the deadline to register is April 22. Join us for exciting sessions including: Strengthening Our Voice! Especially for ESP
  • Gov. Hogan Holds Nearly $70 Million for Public Schools Hostage
    After the hard work of the General Assembly to restore more than 90% of his cuts, Gov. Hogan has decided to hold hostage nearly $70 million in public school funding in exchange for his agenda—including a discriminatory, unaccountable, and fraud-prone vouchers program that will only benefit private schools.