AACPS Unions and Unite for Safety

AACPS Unions and Unite for Safety

The presidents of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County, Secretaries and Assistants Association of Anne Arundel County, Association of Educational Leaders, the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Local 1693, and the Anne Arundel County Council of PTAs release the following statement about student safety in the coming school year ahead of…

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TAAAC, SAAAAC, AEL Thank AACPS for Following the Science, CDC guidelines

TAAAC, SAAAAC, AEL Thank AACPS for Following the Science, CDC guidelines

Media Advisory Contacts:       Brad Darjean, bdarjean@mseanea.org, 410-266-3133 Russell Leone, rleone@mseanea.org, 410-693-6166 Amanda Menas, amenas@mseanea.org, 443-994-0509 Edith Picken, epicken@aacps.org, 410-371-9527 Helen Wilkerson, hwilkerson@saaaac.org, 443-440-2818 The Presidents of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County, Association of Educational Leaders, and Secretaries and Assistants Association of Anne Arundel County released the following statement in reaction to the latest…

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TAAAC Statement on the Passing of Board Member Candice Antwine

The Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County (TAAAC) is saddened to learn of the passing of our friend, colleague, and Board of Education member Candace Antwine. Ms. Antwine was a strong advocate for our students and understood the importance of educators’ roles in providing the strongest education for all students. Ms. Antwine was the first…

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UPDATE: TAAAC Board of Directors Responds to BOE

On behalf of our over 6,000 members, we would like to thank the County Executive, the County Council, and the Board of Education. Their recent budgetary actions prove that they believe Anne Arundel County Schools and their employees matter. Together, we’ve had to navigate a frustrating and demanding period for our schools, our students, and…

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PRESS RELEASE: TAAAC Calls for Transparency Around $4.4 Million Surplus Transfer

PRESS RELEASE: TAAAC Calls for Transparency Around $4.4 Million Surplus Transfer

The Executive Director of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County, Kenneth Page, released a statement in reaction to the upcoming County Council hearing on June 7 during which a bill will be voted on to transfer $4.4 million in surplus funding out of the Instructional Salaries and Wages category of the FY 2021 budget.…

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Why Anne Arundel Should Invest More in Schools

Why Anne Arundel Should Invest More in Schools

Public schools are critically important assets for all communities, including Anne Arundel County.  The county government appropriates more than $700 million a year in local funds for its schools, supporting more than 80,000 students and 10,000 employees. The county’s local contribution per pupil is higher than many other counties in Maryland and county leaders have…

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