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Montgomery County Education Association

Become a Member

Become a Member Together we are 14,000 educators in Montgomery County advocating for our schools, our students, and ourselves. Fill out your membership application today! We are MCEA Whether you’ve been a teacher for one day or forty years, now is the time to band together and make ourselves heard. Now is the time to…

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January 12th National Day of Resistance

On Tuesday, January 12th, MCEA was proud to join several other major education unions and associations, representing more than 48,000 public school educators working in the greater metro Washington, DC region to mobilize together for a National Day of Resistance. The virtual event called for Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, and DC…

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MSEA 2021 Legislative Priorities

The 2021 legislative session will be hugely consequential for Maryland’s students, educators, and families. From overriding the governor’s veto of the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future to prioritizing pandemic recovery and racial and social justice issues, we must take action to pave the road to recovery, equity, and greater opportunity for all Marylanders. Read the full…

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MCEA Statement Regarding Recent Media Reports Pertaining to Bill 46-20

FOR RELEASE UPON REQUEST ORIGINALLY FURNISHED WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2020 CONTACT: DeLane Adams, on behalf of MCEA: 617-955-6815, DeLane.Adams@617MediaGroup.com   MCEA Statement Regarding Recent Media Reports Pertaining to Bill 46-20 ROCKVILLE, MD – The Montgomery County Education Association (MCEA) was recently described in media reports as having taken a specific position on Bill 46-20 as…

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Board of Directors, MSEA Delegate & NEA Delegate Nominations Open

For the first time, MCEA will be holding Board of Directors, NEA Delegate, and MSEA Delegate elections simultaneously!  The deadline for ALL nominations is November 20, 2020 at 11:59pm. Because of the timeline set by MSEA, there will be NO exceptions to this. You may submit your self-nomination here for any or all of these…

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ICYMI: Parents Write Op-Ed Calling for Teacher Support in Bethesda Beat

In case you missed it, Latechia Mitchell and Fred Azcarate, two Montgomery County parents, wrote an op-ed in the Bethesda Beat, calling for increased support around our teachers as re-openings get underway. Below are a few key quotes and facts from the article. Key Facts from Article: • A third of students will fall a…

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Contract Negotiations 2020

MCEA and MCPS have jointly filed with the Maryland Public Schools Labor Relations Board (PSLRB) for help in resolving the remaining issues in our contract negotiations. While we have made significant progress over the past year and come to tentative agreement on many issues, MCEA has so far been unable to get agreement from MCPS…

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MCEA-MCPS Virtual Learning MOU

This summer, MCPS and MCEA engaged in impact bargaining around the conditions of work related to the Board of Education’s decision to hold classes virtually. This Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) reflects the resulting agreement of that negotiation effort between MCEA and MCPS and will be implemented by both organizations.  MCEA and MCPS are transmitting it to…

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