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Contact your County Council Members – Urge our County Council to fully fund the MCPS Budget and protect important programs and school improvements.

Contact Governor O’Malley and urge him to sign MSEA’s “Common Sense for Common Core”  bills that were passed by the General Assembly. Call the MSEA Legislative Hotline at 888/520-MSEA (6732) to contact the governor’s office and ask him to sign these bills immediately! You can also email the Governor using this link.

Educators for Brown Canvassing Event- Join us on April 26th as we set out in the community to urge voters to support candidates who support strong public schools. Click here for all of the details. 


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Parent Resources

Click here for valuable resources in helping your child during their school years.

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  • MSEA Announces Slate of Educator-Endorsed Candidates
    MSEA has released its updated list of endorsed candidates for statewide offices, the Senate, and the House of Delegates for the 2014 elections. MSEA had previously announced its endorsement of Lt. Governor Anthony Brown for governor, Senator Brian Frosh for attorney general, and Comptroller Peter Franchot for re-election. […]

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Get Involved

Wonder who sets the Association’s priorities? It could be you:

Be a Delegate for the MSEA Convention, click here for the form

Be a Delegate for the NEA Convention, click here for the form