Effective leadership is fundamental to providing a great public school for every student. MSEA provides professional development targeted to your needs as a school leader and works through local associations for the salaries, benefits, protections, and working conditions you deserve.

Maryland administrators, along with skilled building staff, have led our public schools to Education Week’s #1 national ranking. But there is still much to do. Administrators like you have a responsibility to the entire school community to prepare students for the global marketplace.

What is your goal for your school this year? We’re here to connect you to resources to help you as a school leader make Maryland schools not just #1 in the country, but #1 in the world!


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Why are Maryland's students taking an outdated test that doesn't match the new Common Core curriculum?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.