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  • 2018 MSEA Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

    This year the celebration will take place on Saturday, January 13th, 2018 from 10:00-12:00 at the Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport. If you are interested in attending you must register by...
  • TABCO/ESPBC Legislative Breakfast

    Please join us for our annual Legislative Breakfast. For more information click here. If you plan on attending please RSVP by email to Kim Melfa or call her at  410-828-6403...
  • Home Buyers Workshop

    If you are a TABCO or ESPBC member and you are thinking of buying a home, join us for the Home Buyers Workshop. Please RSVP to Stacie Strickland or call...
  • 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.
  • ESSA - The Every Student Succeeds Act

    TABCO has assembled an Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Action Team to organize stakeholders around the implementation of the new federal law, ESSA.  ESSA has the potential to be a...
  • NEW TABCO Movie Tickets on Sale

    Cinemark tickets for $8.00 available at the TABCO office. Cash or check only, no credit cards accepted.


  • PARCC Scores Show Schools Are Underfunded
    Tuesday, August 22, 2017 Steven 353-0755 Today, the Maryland State Department of Education released Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) test results for the 2016-2017 school year.  Maryland State Education Association President Betty Weller released the following statement: “This year’s PARCC scores are a reflection of the fact that our […]
  • Maryland Legislation to Limit Testing in Schools Signed into Law
    Thursday, May 25, 2017 Steven 353-0755 Today, Gov. Larry Hogan signed the unanimously-approved More Learning, Less Testing Act (SB452) into law. The legislation limits mandated testing to 2.2% of the year in Maryland public schools—or 23.8 hours in elementary and middle schools and 25.7 hours in high schools—except in eighth grade, where the limit […]

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