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ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS!

Have you ever dreamed of representing your fellow Montgomery County educators at the state and/or national level? Then run for a delegate seat for the 2018 MSEA and/or NEA Conventions.
Forms are due no later than Friday, February 2, 2018 at 5:00 PM. No submissions made after this time will be considered.

For forms and information about each Representative Assembly click here.

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  • SUBSTITUTE TEACHER CONFERENCE 2018 - Monday, June 18 - sign-up today!

    Dear Valued Substitute Teacher, As the school year comes to end, MCPS wants to offer all substitutes teachers an opportunity to attend the Substitute Teacher Conference on Monday, June 18, 2018...
  • Get Your Apple Ballot Now

    Click the link below to get your Apple Ballot for recommended candidates in your area: https://mdappleballot.com/ Early Voting: June 14 – June 21 Primary: June 26 To see all questionnaires please go to these...

RSS MSEA News

  • Cheryl Bost Becomes MSEA President August 1, 2018
    Baltimore County Teacher to Lead 74,000-Member UnionTuesday, July 31, 2018 Adam Mendelsonamendelson@mseanea.org(410) 353-9689 On August 1, Cheryl Bost will become the new president of the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA), Maryland’s 74,000-member educators union. Bost is an elementary school teacher from Baltimore County, where she was named teacher of the year in 2003 in part […]
  • Membership Protection Center July 3, 2018
    July 3, 2018Many members have reported misleading emails from the My Pay My Say campaign sponsored by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. This out-of-state group doesn’t want educators to have a strong voice in our schools; instead, they have a record of fighting to limit educator pay, rights, and healthcare and retirement benefits. They see […]

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