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Announcement of Opening for the Position of Executive Director

The Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County (TAAAC) is seeking applicants for the position of Executive Director. BACKGROUND TAAAC represents 6,200 dues paying, pre-K- 12 teachers and other professionals in the Anne Arundel County School system. The TAAAC office is located in Annapolis, Maryland, in Anne Arundel County, which encompasses rural, suburban and urban communities.…

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STRAW BALLOTS

Ratification materials for the Tentative Agreement reached between TAAAC and the Board of Education were distributed at TAAAC’s May 8th Representative Assembly (RA). The packets included settlement summaries, ballots, a tally sheet, and instructions to Association Representatives. AR’s were asked to hold a meeting to present the Agreement, handout and collect the ballots, tally them,…

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Ratification / Dates of Changes / Convention / "Apple" Graphic Use

Board of Education Ratifies Renegotiated Agreement On September 26, 2018, the Board of Education unanimously voted to ratify the renegotiated fiscal year 2019 salary and wage settlement with TAAAC. The renegotiations were made necessary by a $6.1 million cut made from the Board’s compensation request by the County Executive. The original Agreement consisted of a…

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Representative Assembly Ratifies Negotiated Agreement on Salaries and Wages

The Representative Assembly voted to accept the proposed agreement on salaries and wages at the September 12 meeting. This would include: a 2.1941% COLA across the board increase. a one step increase for eligible Unit 1 employees, effective January 2, 2019 for 12 month employees and February 13, 2019 for 10 month employees. an increase…

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False Claims by County Govt. Education Officer

Yesterday, many TAAAC members received an email from the County Executive’s Education Officer, Amalie Brandenburg. Recipients should be aware that statements made by Ms. Brandenburg are not always consistent with fact. Those that have been paying attention for a few years will remember her murdering an explanation of the teacher pension system, later to be…

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