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MSEA Statement on Board of Public Works Rejecting Gov. Hogan’s School Funding Cuts

“We can’t do more with less. We can’t close expanding gaps in equity with inequitable and inadequate funding. We can’t accept the governor undercutting the safety of educators and students by trying to defund public schools. We need to rise to the moment and give all students the support they deserve. Rest assured that educators will step up; we hope that our elected officials at all levels will do so as well," said Baltimore County elementary school teacher and Maryland State Education Association President Cheryl Bost:

MSEA Statement on $345 Million in Education Cuts Proposed by Gov. Hogan

“Educators have stepped up throughout this crisis to do all we can for our students, and the governor’s cuts are a slap in the face. These cuts are simply wrong; students and educators need more—not less—support, resources, and safety measures. We condemn and oppose these cuts in the strongest possible terms and call on the Board of Public Works and the legislature to reject these cuts," said Baltimore County elementary school teacher and MSEA President Cheryl Bost.

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