• March For Our Schools

    Click here to sign up:  MarchForOurSchools.com Maryland legislators have the historic chance to fix the $2.9 billion funding gap impacting Maryland’s schools — an average of $2 million in every school across...
  • CCCTA Representative Assembly

    CCCTA members lead in their buildings and at the state and national level.  Building representatives attend monthly meetings and share information, opportunities, and resources with all building members and act as...
  • Working Together to Achieve More!

     The purposes of CCCTA shall be: ~To work for the welfare of students, the advancement of public education, and the expansion of the instructional opportunities for students and educational professionals. ~To promote ethical practices, to...
  • Political Action

      Why Politics? Elected politicians, or those appointed by them, decide every one of the important education issues we deal with every day. If you ever wondered why your Local Association and MSEA...
  • CCCTA Service Recognition Social

    Watch for updates on this year's CCCTA Service Membership Recognition Social in early May.  ...
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  • March For Our Schools Rally is a Success!

    On Monday, March 11, 2019, four buses pulled out of Cecil County with 145 teachers, support staff, and community members all dedicated to supporting our students and public schools.  Their...
  • CCCTA Tentative Agreement Goes to Members for Ratification

    On January 15, 2019, after months of work, the CCCTA Negotiations Team reached a tentative agreement with the CCPS Negotiations Team.  The CCCTA Executive Board and CCCTA Representative Assembly both...
  • CCPS 2018 Teacher of the Year Announced

    Congratulations to Staci Lamb, English teacher from Elkton High School, who has been named the 2018 Cecil County Teacher of the Year.  Staci is in her 5th year teaching at...

RSS MSEA News

  • MSEA President Cheryl Bost on the Legacy of Speaker Busch April 8, 2019
    April 8, 2019A Note on Mr. Speaker "First and foremost, the MSEA family is heartbroken for Speaker Busch’s wife, Cindy, daughters Erin and Megan, and three sisters, Laurie, Gail, and Susan. Our thoughts are with them as they mourn the loss of their husband, father, and brother, in addition to his extended family and friends.  […]
  • Educators Applaud Bold First Step on School Funding, Teacher Salaries April 5, 2019
    March for Our Schools Results in $1 Billion Increase Over Next Three YearsFriday, April 5, 2019 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Today, legislation (SB1030) to begin implementing the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future—the Kirwan Commission plan to address underfunding in Maryland schools—officially passed the General Assembly when the Senate concurred with the House version of the bill. The […]
  • Question 1 Wins More Votes than Anything Else on the Ballot November 7, 2018
    Pro-Public Education Candidates Win Offices across the StateWednesday, November 7, 2018 Adam Mendelsonamendelson@mseanea.org(443) 433-3630 The results of Election Day demonstrated that a resounding number of Marylanders want to see increased funding for public schools, with Question 1 winning 89% of the vote and earning more votes than any other candidate or measure on the entire […]