• NEA Convention 2018

    Thank you to the all the 2018 FCTA NEA Convention Delegates for all your hard work!...
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    Thanks for all your hard work and dedication this year!...
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I Am FCTA

Click here to view our negotiated agreement for the 2017-2020 contract term.

PAC

Elected officials are making decisions about our salary, class size, benefits, course content, supplies and retirement. FCTA members have the power to improve our student’s learning conditions by contributing to PAC.  Your contributions are used to endorse pro-public education candidates up and down the ballot.  Click here to make your PAC Payroll Contribution.

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  • Educator Appreciation Day on June 9 at MSEA

    Celebrate MSEA’s sixth annual Educator Appreciation Day at MSEA headquarters in downtown Annapolis on June 9 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.! You’ll find exclusive educator–only discounts and specials for MSEA members at shops and...
  • FCTA Makes Recommendations for 2018 Primary Elections

    The Frederick County Teachers Association (FCTA) is pleased to recommend the following great leaders. County Executive Jan Gardner – Democratic Primary County Council Justin Kiska – At Large Republican Primary Kai Hagen – At Large...

RSS MSEA News

  • Membership Protection Center July 3, 2018
    July 3, 2018Many members have reported misleading emails from the My Pay My Say campaign sponsored by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. This out-of-state group doesn’t want educators to have a strong voice in our schools; instead, they have a record of fighting to limit educator pay, rights, and healthcare and retirement benefits. They see […]
  • Hogan Partisan Alert: Educators Blast Gov. Hogan’s Veto of Bipartisan Bill to Put Teachers, Parent on State School Board May 24, 2018
    Thursday, May 24, 2018 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Today, Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed bipartisan legislation (SB 739) to put two current Maryland teachers on the State Board of Education, as well as a parent of a current public school student. The current members of the State Board have zero years of experience working in Maryland public […]

Email and Social Media Tips

social-media-in-educationAs an educator, it is smart to always use precaution when sending emails and using social networking websites. Click the links below to learn about professional email etiquette, preventive measures with social media, and what you can and can’t say on the job regarding politics.

Professional Email Etiquette

Social Media Tips

Political Activism: What You Can and Can’t Say on the Job.

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