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
MSEA is launching a radio campaign and petition drive calling on the new governor and General Assembly to continue the strong support and forward-thinking investments in public education that have helped make Maryland’s schools and students so successful.
“Kindergarten teachers flagged numerous problems with the KRA, including the significant loss of instructional time, the test’s developmental appropriateness, inadequate technology support, and the test’s inability to inform and improve instruction for students,” said MSEA President Betty Weller. “We stand ready to partner with state leaders to ensure that t
MSEA and NEA invite you to the 5th Annual Retired Educators Workshop at the Annapolis Doubletree Hotel for a day filled with useful and educational information and resources for our retired members. Learn more about the far-reaching benefits of your MSEA-Retired membership and network with other MSEA retirees. Click here to see the agenda. This workshop is f