A MESSAGE FROM HCEA EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
SUBJECT---DELAYED OPENINGS GRIEVANCE
Dear Colleagues:In March 2015, you may have received a number of messages from HCEA asking whether or not you were docked...
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...
At the end of the 2015 legislative session, there was a great deal of confusion and competing information regarding Governor Hogan’s proposals around pension funding. Rather than release $68 million in school funding that the General Assembly overwhelmingly voted to appropriate to our schools, on May 14 the governor announced that he would instead redirect t
This exciting leadership retreat is designed to build leadership capacity within our members, allow for great networking opportunities, and help build the overall strength of our state and local associations. July 19-22, 2015 Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801 Registration Deadline: June 1, 2015 For more information and to register
MSEA launches a new video and digital advertising campaign asking Marylanders to urge Gov. Hogan to release $68 million in education funding included in the General Assembly’s passed budget. A broad, bipartisan coalition of educators, parents, school board members, superintendents, county officials, and state legislators have been holding local events since
“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
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.