MSEA Convention

Join us in Ocean City on October 21-22 for the 2016 MSEA Convention. Read below for more information on this year's upcoming convention and and highlights from the event last year.

2016 MSEA Convention Workshops

If you are ready to check out innovative and stimulating content that supports educator and student success, then join us in Ocean City! Click here to read the workshop descriptions for the 2016 Convention. Looking for a quick schedule of all workshops, with location and strand information? Click here.

Special Session on Institutional Racism

Join us for an important conversation on institutional racism with Dr. Ivory Toldson, president of the Quality Education for Minorities Network, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. on Friday, October 21. Dr. Toldson is the president and CEO of the QEM Network, professor of counseling psychology at Howard University and editor-in-chief of The Journal of Negro Education.  Previously, Dr. Toldson was appointed by President Barack Obama to devise national strategies to sustain and expand federal support to HBCUs as the executive director of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (WHIHBCUs). He also served as senior research analyst for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and contributing education editor for The Root, where he debunked some of the most pervasive myths about African-Americans in his Show Me the Numbers column.

Exhibit Hall

To learn more about exhibiting at this year's MSEA Convention, click here to read the exhibitor prospectus, find forms and information to reserve your space, and increase your visibility by signing up for sponsorship opportunities. 

Bylaw Amendment

To read the Bylaw Amendment under consideration at this year's Representative Assembly, click here.

New Business Items

The deadline for pre-filing New Business Items for the 2016 MSEA Convention has passed. NBIs may be filed at the Convention per RA rules. Click here for a list of New Business Items passed at the 2015 MSEA Convention. 

Food Drive

The Women’s Concerns Committee is holding a food drive to help support families throughout Maryland who rely on local food banks. Please bring any of the following items to the Exhibit Hall to support this important cause: canned soup, canned tuna, canned beans, canned tomatoes (diced, chunked, and sauce), or low sugar cereal. Thank you!

What Is a Representative Assembly?

If you have ever wondered exactly what it is that delegates do, then click here for a quick overview


MSEA Minority Leadership Training

December 2, 2016 - 6:00pm to December 3, 2016 - 4:00pm