On February 12, MCEA, along with MCAAP and SEIU Local 500 co-hosted an education forum, with the four candidates for County Executive; County Executive Ike Leggett, former County Executive Doug Duncan, County Councilmember Phil Andrews, and Jim Shalleck. In spite of the looming snow storm, over 100 people turned out to meet the candidates and
Voting for the 2014 MSEA election began on Monday, January 27 at 9 a.m. Please remember to vote online at marylandeducators.org/msea2014election. You will need your MSEA member ID # and you can locate your MSEA member ID on the mailing label on the back cover of ActionLine and on your MSEA membership card. Can’t find it?
On February 7, the MCEA RA voted to recommend the proposed contract settlement to an all member vote. Members will receive an email from MCEA outlining all of the proposed changes and a unique link to cast their online vote. MCEA building reps will be organizing meetings at their worksites to discuss the proposed settlement
You can read Doug’s testimony before the Maryland House Ways and Means Committee, in which he urged them to compel MSDE to seek a waiver to release Maryland from having to administer the MSA’s this spring.
January 17, 2014 Last night, MCEA President Doug Prouty testified before the Montgomery County Board of Education at their Public Hearing on the Proposed FY2015 Operating Budget. To read MCEA’s testimony, click here.
MCEA, along with SEIU Local 500 and MCAAP is co-hosting an education forum for candidates for Montgomery County Executive. The forum will be held on February 12, 2014 at Richard Montgomery HS at 7:00 PM. A panel of student journalists and educators will be questioning the candidates. All four candidates will be participating in the