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    BREAKING: The House of Delegates has passed the Fix the Fund Act! The constitutional amendment to add $500 million annually to school funding will head to the ballot in November! #fixthefund...
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  • Benefits of Membership

    FCTA assists members, when requested, on any aspect of employment. We are here to help you....
  • Thank you to our teachers!

    We are thankful for the talented, hardworking, dedicated teachers who serve our students here in Frederick County. Thank you for inspiring the next generation!...
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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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  • 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...
  • Teachers Take a Stand

    A Look at DC-Area Teacher Pay Amid Strikes Elsewhere As teachers in other parts of the country take a stand for higher pay, News4's Chris Gordon takes a look at teacher...

RSS MSEA News

  • Maryland Educators Endorse Jealous for Governor April 14, 2018
    Saturday, April 14, 2018 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 This afternoon, the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA)—the state’s largest union with 74,000 public school educators—voted to endorse former NAACP President and CEO Ben Jealous for governor. MSEA plans to formally announce the recommendation with Jealous early next week—and will send out further details in the coming days.   […]
  • Nation's Report Card: Maryland’s Underfunded Schools Show Flat Student Scores April 10, 2018
    Hogan’s Funding Cuts Have Slowed Student Progress, New Investment Urgently Needed Tuesday, April 10, 2018 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 This morning, the National Assessment of Education Progress, known more commonly as the Nation’s Report Card, released 2017 results for 4th and 8th grade math and reading scores. Maryland scores stayed flat in each subject and each […]

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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