HCEA communicates regularly with Howard County Educators. Make sure we have your current contact information .
Share your bargaining priorities for the teachers’ contract and the education support professional’s (ESP) contract.
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View the overall rankings and comparisons from the 2013-2013 HCEA Job Satisfaction Survey here.
The National Board's revised Career and Technical Education Standards, 2nd edition, are now available for public comment.
Check out the Howard County Times story on this year’s HCEA Job Satisfaction Survey–which reveals historically low levels of support for the BOE. The article is linked below.
Curtis Ramsey (THES), Wanda Oliver-Muir (AHS), Donna Schulze (PLES), Joanne Hughes (CLES), Heather Furno (DMS), and Karen Fillippelli (OMHS) represented Howard County at the 2014 NEA ESP Conference . The conference was held March 7-9th in San Francisco, California. The conference is the premier professional development opportunity for Education Support Professionals across the nation.
The Howard County Education Association is opening a conversation and collaboration with you: the families of HCPSS students.
About 500 educators attended the HCPSS Board of Education meeting on Jan. 29th as teacher after teacher criticized Superintendent Renee Foose’s proposed $742 million operating budget request for fiscal year 2015. Click here to read an article from the Baltimore Sun about the meeting. Click here to read an article from Storify about the meeting.
The Howard County Board of Education canceled open negotiations with HCEA after a court order to uphold the Public School Labor Relations Board’s ruling that the unions’ right to closed meetings is an enforceable and negotiable part of the Howard County Education Association’s contract. To read an article from the Baltimore Sun about the situation,