HCEA member and kindergarten educator Diane Bachek testified in support of a bill that would prohibit standardized testing for grades K-2.
From left: Montgomery County teacher Kembra Kane, State Delegate for...
HCEA Government Relations chairs Stephanie Masters and Matthew Vaughn-Smith were busy leading a group of HCEA members on Monday, March 16th in Annapolis to restore education funding to Governor Hogan’s budget; you can...
Starting with a radio advertising campaign and online petition drive in January, and continuing with the launch of DontShortchangeMaryland.com in early February, the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) and its members have led a session-long campaign to protect the investment in Maryland schools and restore the education cuts proposed by Gov. Hogan.
Baltimore Orioles vs. Tampa Bay Rays Saturday, May 30th at 4:05 p.m. There will be an Orioles T-shirt Giveaway for all fans! Discounted seats for MSEA members, friends, and family are avilable in the Left Field Lower Box (Section 66-86) for $20 and in Upper Reserve (Section 316-356, rows 13-25) for $10. To get your tickets, visit http://www.orioles.com/tix/m
The House Appropriations Committee’s plan will restore over 90% of these cuts to our schools—ensuring continued progress for our students—while protecting retirement security for educators. We urge the General Assembly to reject Gov. Hogan’s plan and support this better budget for Maryland.
As if cutting Maryland’s schools by $144 million next year isn’t enough, Gov. Hogan has now decided to support policies that would further harm our world-class public education system. In state after state, we have seen voucher schemes and the lowering of standards for the opening and operating of charter schools fail to be effective, and instead create mill
Larry Hogan campaigned on the need to change Maryland, but his budget shortchanges Maryland's students and schools. Gov. Hogan’s education cuts threaten the progress of our top-notch public schools, which are at the heart of what makes Maryland attractive to businesses and families. Gov. Hogan's $143 million in immediate school funding cuts—which a