Negotiated Agreement

 

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Click here to view our negotiated agreement for the 2014-2017 contract term.

Click here to view the Addendum to the Negotiated Agreement July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016.

Click here to view the Addendum to the Negotiated Agreement and Salary Scales effective July 1, 2016

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.

The Associate

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FCTA NewsView All

  • FCTA Contract is Ratified

      FCTA members overwhelmingly voted to ratify the tentative agreement. On June 14 after the Board of Education voted to ratify, the contract was signed. The new Negotiated Agreement will take effect...
  • Educator Appreciation Day

    Visit Annapolis for Educator Appreciation Day on June 10, 2017....

RSS MSEA News

  • Apply for an Innovative Engagement and Organizing Grant June 12, 2017
    June 12, 2017Do you have a great idea for how to get your colleagues excited about the issues that matter to you, your local association, and your profession? It’s time to make it happen with an MSEA Innovative Engagement and Organizing (IEO) Grant. An IEO Grant can fund the development of your great idea—grants range […]
  • Maryland Legislation to Limit Testing in Schools Signed into Law May 25, 2017
    Thursday, May 25, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Today, Gov. Larry Hogan signed the unanimously-approved More Learning, Less Testing Act (SB452) into law. The legislation limits mandated testing to 2.2% of the year in Maryland public schools—or 23.8 hours in elementary and middle schools and 25.7 hours in high schools—except in eighth grade, where the limit […]

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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