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  • NYC Bus Trip

    Hop on the bus and join us for a day in NYC! Please contact Lisa Levee at 410-828-6403 or llevee@mseanea.org to reserve your seat For more information - nyc-bus-trip...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • TABCO Scholarships

    The application for TABCO Scholarships is now available. All applications are due at the TABCO office by April 3, 2017. Scholarships Available Information Sheet TABCO Scholarship Application...

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  • Maryland House Passes the Protect Our Schools Act
    Senate Will Begin Work on Major School Accountability Bill Next WeekFriday, March 10, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Legislation to improve the way Maryland schools are held accountable for student outcomes and other measures of quality passed the House today, 91-46. The bill, if passed this session, would set parameters for the Maryland State Department of […]
  • House of Delegates Passes Less Testing, More Learning Act
    Tuesday, February 28, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 This morning, the Maryland House of Delegates unanimously (139-0) approved the Less Testing, More Learning Act (HB461), legislation that would limit all district, state, and federal mandated tests to 2% of the annual school year—or 21.6 hours in elementary and middle schools and 23.6 hours in high schools. […]

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