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    Special Education Issues Meeting

    Special Educators recently gathered to address issues and challenges they face in their classrooms. The Special Ed Work Group, which was set up that evening, continues to meet regularly to...
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    Another Successful Legislative Breakfast

    Despite the snow, the Legislative Breakfast on January 7th was well attended. Elected Officials, BCPS Officials, ESPBC and TABCO members had the opportunity to discuss education issues and share their...
  • Excited About Bargaining

    Excited About Bargaining

    We had a strong turnout at the Board of Education meeting on November 22nd in support of our ongoing negotiation efforts. Both active and retired members were in attendance to...
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  • Pathway to Retirement

    Calling all current TABCO retirees and TABCO members thinking of retiring in the next few years! Come to the Pathway to Retirement workshop. Registration is required - contact Stacie Strickland...
  • Stepping Up to Defend Public Education

    Join your fellow educators in Annapolis to lobby for public education! Registration is required for this event. Call 410-828-6403 or RSVP to bforstenzer@mseanea.org  For more information - Educators Step Up...
  • Read Across America

    Come celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday! For more information click here - Read Across America...
  • 2017 Transfer Guide

    The TABCO transfer guide will be helpful as you follow the process of transferring schools. Questions and answers, as well as contact information, are included in the Guide.
  • Tax Time

    For tax purposes, the total dues amount for a full time TABCO member in 2016 is: $686.15...
  • Retirement Workshop

    If you are a TABCO or ESPBC member and are thinking about retiring within the next 5 years, consider attending the upcoming retirement workshop. Registration is required. Please contact Stacie...


  • Hogan’s Alternative Facts on Charter Schools
    Wednesday, January 25, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Annapolis, Maryland — Today, Gov. Hogan announced a set of proposals that would undermine the strong protections against fraud, waste, and abuse in Maryland’s charter school law. Sean Johnson, government relations director of the Maryland State Education Association, released the following statement: “Gov. Hogan’s insistence on prioritizing taxpayer […]
  • Announcing MSEA Newsfeed
    December 21, 2016 MSEA Newsfeed is our new information and news site, featuring fresh coverage on professional issues, education trends and policy, and the Maryland education community. Featuring videos, explainers, top 10 lists, and ideas that you can use right away in your classroom and as an advocate, MSEA Newsfeed is your source for relevant, […]

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