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ASI Committee Update: Set up Google Meet

ASI Committee Update: Set up Google Meet

During the meeting of the ASI Committee on November 18, Central Office shared a slide deck created to help users set up Google Meets for conferences. Take a look at the deck here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1dZFDfClLOtN71AuvVLIj0VSIGPjRKSXvNTZbHp5i8sk/edit?usp=sharing *Note: You must be logged in to your AACPS email to open the link, otherwise you will be denied access.

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PRESS RELEASE: Maryland PSLRB Determines Impasse for Anne Arundel County Teachers

PRESS RELEASE: Maryland PSLRB Determines Impasse for Anne Arundel County Teachers

Annapolis, Md. – The Maryland Public School Labor Relations Board (PSLRB) has approved the Teachers’ Association of Anne Arundel County’s Impasse request. Issues giving rise to impasse include the County’s insistence on adding one evening of unpaid work at the close of bargaining in July, which the County then increased to three unpaid days after…

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November 17, 2021 BOE Testimony

The Board of Education is hosting its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, November 17. Superintendent Dr. Arlotto will be presenting his plan for 3 early dismissal days this semester. We’re asking members to attend the meeting, or submit written testimony in response. Use the template below for ideas for submitting your testimony: Dear Board members:…

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PRESS RELEASE: 3 Early Dismissal Days Announced

PRESS RELEASE: 3 Early Dismissal Days Announced

Following Superintendent Dr. George Arlotto’s press release supporting three early dismissal days as a means of alleviating educator workload, TAAAC President Russell Leone released the following statement: “Dr. Arlotto’s recommendation for three early release days to provide educators with time to focus on individual wellness is a start toward addressing the immense workload educators have…

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WEEKLY UPDATE: Enforce Our Contract

WEEKLY UPDATE: Enforce Our Contract

Educators deserve a seat at the table when decisions are made about our workloads. AACPS leadership has refused to show educators respect at the bargaining table and is instead asking for three additional nights of uncompensated work at the bargaining table. So we’re taking action! Starting Thursday, November 11, we are implementing a two-week work…

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WEEKLY UPDATE: Stay Tuned for Actions

WEEKLY UPDATE: Stay Tuned for Actions

In case you missed it, last week AACPS demonstrated their out-of-touch leadership with their factually incorrect press statement, inappropriately issued via the emergency notification system. They resorted to claiming all our demands and issues are mischaracterizations. We know this is not the case, and the press release was met promptly with widespread rebuke from employees…

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