About MSEA

Our members are teachers, education support professionals, administrators, certificated specialists, higher education faculty, and student and retired members whose mission is to create great public schools for every child in Maryland. 

We’re all about getting Maryland’s educators and public schools the tools and support they need to help every student succeed, whether it’s through lobbying in Annapolis for school funding and a secure retirement, bargaining decent salaries, fair, transparent evaluations, and better working conditions at the local negotiating table, providing legal aid and expert assistance whenever needed, or ensuring access to meaningful professional development and training.

Events

MSEA Retired Member Workshop

April 25, 2014 - 8:30am to 3:15pm

MSEA Convention

Inside Maryland Schools: Conversations on Common Core

Why are Maryland's students taking an outdated test that doesn't match the new Common Core curriculum? Debra Garner reports on how the initiative to stop the MSAs ran out of time but the conversation on testing and evaluations continues. Hear how educators and students at Samuel P Massie Academy in Prince George's County prepared for the test a midst the controversy over its relevance.