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CCCTA and CESPA Form Joint Health and Safety Committee

We are excited to introduce our newest committee, the Joint Health and Safety Committee. Initiated by CCCTA and CESPA members, this committee is dedicated to advocating for the safety concerns and health needs of our workforce. As stated in the Negotiated Agreement, “the Board recognizes that adequate, safe, and clean facilities are necessary in the

Trump, DeVos ignore educators on what it will take to reopen schools safely

Trump, DeVos ignore educators on what it will take to reopen schools safely Administration only offers radical agenda of voucher schemes to privatize public education WASHINGTON – July 07, 2020 – President Donald Trump today held a roundtable discussion on reopening school buildings. The following statement can be attributed to Lily Eskelsen García, a sixth-grade

CCCTA Cosponsors County Candidate Forum February 27

The Cecil County Classroom Teachers Association, the Business and Education Partnership Advisory Council, and the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Committee are partnering to host a Primary Election Candidates Forum on Thursday, February 27, 2020,  from 6:00 – 9:30p.m. at the Milburn Stone Theatre at Cecil College, North East, Maryland.  The event is free

Cecil County Education Forum

Join us on Tuesday November 12, 2019 at 6 pm to learn about education legislation and proposed changes in Maryland! We are excited to host a community forum where you will hear from experts and stakeholders about the important work and recommendations of the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education (aka the Kirwan Commission),

The County Budget passed so CCPS qualifies for funds from the Blueprint for Maryland

Cecil County Public Schools joined other Maryland school systems in meeting eligibility requirements to receive additional funding for teacher salaries, special education, and other education initiatives from legislation called the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future that passed in Annapolis this year.  Often called “Kirwan Money” the funding and it’s legislation is the first initiative to come