Public Budget Hearing
Monday, May 11, 7:00PM
Annapolis High School
County Executive Steve Schuh allocated only the minimum lawful level of funding. This will be the seventh consecutive year in a row. Every year deepens the wound.
It does not include:
- Step increases
- Positions for expansion of the EEE program to three more feeder systems. That is a program great for young people with a side benefit that it provides elementary teachers with additional planning time.
- Additional instructional positions to address 1,100 new students. Class sizes will continue to rise.
- New positions to meet the needs of non-English speakers
Please arrive by 6:30 prepared to hold carry a sign (we’ll have plenty) for 30 minutes in support of our profession.
Enter the building at 7:00 if you’d like to support TAAAC President Richard Benfer and others who will be testifying in support of public school educators.