• Information About Janus

    An important message from the MCEA Board of Directors about the Janus decision and what it means for you....
  • Who Do You Trust?

    Anti-union activists are targeting our community. Read about what you can do to fight back....
  • MCEA Wins for Members!

    Great news! MCEA members and other affected MCPS employees will see a refund on their March 2nd paychecks for $425K in health insurance overcharges due to errors with tobacco attestation....
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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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  • We did it!

    Thanks to the tireless efforts of MCEA members, all of our recommended county-level candidates were victorious on Election Day. As the MSEA noted in its post-election analysis, “a Sweep in Montgomery...
  • Calling all MCEA members!

    Please join your fellow educators and sign up to distribute Apple Ballots at polling places throughout Montgomery County on Tuesday, November 6th.  Once again, our members will be hitting the...


  • Question 1 Wins More Votes than Anything Else on the Ballot November 7, 2018
    Pro-Public Education Candidates Win Offices across the StateWednesday, November 7, 2018 Adam Mendelsonamendelson@mseanea.org(443) 433-3630 The results of Election Day demonstrated that a resounding number of Marylanders want to see increased funding for public schools, with Question 1 winning 89% of the vote and earning more votes than any other candidate or measure on the entire […]
  • Poll: Maryland Educators Facing Financial Strains August 22, 2018
    More than 40% of Maryland educators work a second job to make ends meetWednesday, August 22, 2018 Adam Mendelsonamendelson@mseanea.org(410) 353-9689 A new poll of Maryland educators finds that many educators work second jobs, spend their own money on school supplies, and run up personal debt just to make ends meet. Poll findings include: In the […]

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