MSEA is excited to offer members a new way to connect to your professional association. Now you can read ActionLine articles and columns enriched with videos, links, and pop-up windows that offer more information and connections than ever before.
As you turn the pages of ActionLine, be sure to use your mouse to scroll over pages for links and pop-up windows and look for play buttons to watch videos from MSEA President Betty Weller and featured members.
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Our magazine, ActionLine, is packed with the news you need to be an informed education professional.
We’ll keep you up-to-date on MSEA’s campaign for great public schools with member-focused feature stories, news from across the state, and the latest ideas, issues, and trends that affect you, your students, and your school. ActionLine is published five times a year.
Do you have a question or comment about an article in ActionLine? Contact the editor by email or at 443.433.3631.
Someone has to take a stand.” Learn how Maryland kindergarten teachers took a stand against the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment when it interfered with essential instructional time. Discover how Ruthie the dog brought curriculum to life in an Allegany County elementary school? Read how to build a reflective practice with an end-of-the-year review.
One school in Prince George’s County is helping immigrant students thrive. MSEA’s testing campaign reached more than 1,000,000 Marylanders. MSEA is addressing new teacher induction issues. Learn more about equity literacy and how you can make a difference in your students’ success with culturally relevant instruction. ESPs scored a big victory from the Court of Appeals. Focus on educators from Dorchester and St. Mary’s counties.
Meet seven young activists who are setting the tone of 21st-century public education activism. MSEA meets the state commission and makes eight common sense recommendations for testing sanity. Learn more about the Friedrichs v California Teachers Association. Retirees take off in Baltimore and Charles counties.