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  • CCEA Elections Update

    Absentee Ballot Provision: Absentee ballots for elections will be available to all members who do not have a home email address on file with CCEA. Only members who do not...
  • CCEA Matters: Farewell to Beth Herndon

    CCEA wishes the best to Beth Herndon who was hired Full Time at a law office in Frederick, Maryland. Her last day is Thursday March 22, 2018. If you know...


  • Goucher Poll: Maryland Underfunds Public Education, Say 71% of Residents February 21, 2018
    Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Steven (410) 353-0755 This morning, the Goucher Poll released new public opinion data on how Marylanders think about several public policy issues, including public education funding. The Goucher Poll surveyed 800 Maryland adults from February 12-17 and has a margin of error of +/-3.5 percent. Respondents were asked, “Do you […]
  • MSEA Calls for $364 Million Supplemental Budget for Schools February 14, 2018
    Gov. Hogan’s Four Budgets Have Taken $1.4 Billion from Education Trust FundWednesday, February 14, 2018 Steven 353-0755 Today, Gov. Hogan announced his support to Fix the Fund—an effort led by state legislators and educators to ensure that money raised through casino gaming into the Education Trust Fund goes to increasing education funding, rather than […]
  • Hogan Proposes $88.9 Million in Cuts to School Programs January 17, 2018
    Wednesday, January 17, 2018 Steven 353-0755 Today, Gov. Hogan released his Fiscal Year 2019 budget. His proposed Budget Reconciliation and Financing Act (BRFA) continues a record of cutting important public education programs, while expanding the failed BOOST program to subsidize private schools.  Maryland State Education Association President Betty Weller released the following statement: “Another […]
  • MSEA Statement on Hogan’s Newest Attacks on Public Schools January 8, 2018
    The Governor Distracts from $3 Billion in School UnderfundingMonday, January 8, 2018 Steven 353-0755 This morning, Gov. Hogan once again launched a political attack on Maryland’s public schools. Sean Johnson, Director of Legislative Affairs for the Maryland State Education Association, released the following statement: “Gov. Hogan’s decision to once again stand with Betsy DeVos […]

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