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In this session we will build on the foundational concepts we explored in part 1 and part 2, like how to talk about race, what it means to be anti-racist, and how our own biases affect us. The goal of this third session will be to achieve a deeper understanding with an emphasis on what […]

In this session we will build on the foundational concepts we explored in part 1, like how to talk about race, what it means to be anti-racist, and how our own biases affect us. The goal of this second session will be to achieve a deeper understanding with an emphasis on what actions we can […]

Join MSEA’s virtual workshop to dig into the history of systemic racism in the US, how we can challenge our own biases, and what actions we can take to challenge systemic racism and be anti-racist as people and educators. Contact

Check out the links below to view some of our past online trainings. Racial and Social Justice Summit How to Be An Anti-Racist Educator Series Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Digital Learning Challenges, Tips, and Tricks by Grade Span Adapting Your Lesson Plans for Digital Learning Distance Learning Protips Planning for a Week of […]

MSEA’s Health and Safety Check­list MSEA strongly encourages every school to bring together a team of educators representing various job titles and parents to do a walkthrough of their individual school to complete our 10-page checklist, which reflects the advice of the Maryland Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and is also endorsed […]

The heart of MSEA is our members—edu­cation professionals who join together lo­cally and statewide across a large number of job descriptions for the purpose of pro­tecting and improving public education for students, families, and our communi­ties. MSEA members are the strongest em­ployee union in the state—we pivot from our positions as dedicated frontline edu­cators to […]

MSEA members are connecting with students, colleagues, and their communities on some of the most important social issues facing our school communities. With the help of $500 grants from MSEA, the four programs on this page show the depth and reach of member-led efforts to advocate for, engage, educate, and support students in areas of […]

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP TRAINING: NOVEMBER 13–14 Sponsored by MSEA’s Women’s Concerns Committee Deadline to apply: October 18. Learn more and apply for WLT here. “As we all strive to make sure we are inclusive and sensitive to the rights, opportunities, and inclusivity of all people, especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, there are times that […]

We need strong leaders to help move our schools and communities to safer, more equitable, more empowered places where everyone is welcomed and respected. The 2020 Minority Affairs Committee Leadership Cohort Training features leadership, coalition-building, and racial justice training grounded in diversity, inclusion and equity—providing critical knowledge and skills that will define each participant’s leadership […]