Judge To Rule On Logo Dispute Between Gov, Teacher's UnionA judge is set to decide on an injunction request that would prevent Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's campaign from using an apple logo to show his support by teachers.
Maryland Teacher's Union Battling Gov. Hogan On Apple LogoThe Maryland State Education Association announced Thursday it's taking the Republican governor to court over it.
91% Of Md. Teachers Buy Their Own School Supplies, 41% Have A Second JobA new poll shows that Maryland educators are struggling financially, after spending their own money on school supplies and running up their personal debt.
Maryland's Largest Teachers Union To Get New PresidentCheryl Bost will become president of the Maryland State Education Association on Wednesday. Bost is an elementary school teacher from Baltimore County.
Maryland Union Assails Tax Credits To Private School Donorshe president of a teachers union is urging Maryland lawmakers to reject a tax-credit backed by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan for businesses that support students who attend private schools.
Website To Show Impact Of Maryland's Education Budget PlanGov. Larry Hogan's proposed funding for education threatens to create larger classrooms and cut teaching jobs, opponents of the plan said Tuesday -- but Hogan's budget secretary said the Republican governor is open to dialogue about how to address tough financial choices his administration inherited.
Md. Teachers' Union Launches Ads To Protect School FundingA Maryland teachers' union is launching a petition drive to protect strong investments in schools.
Standardized Tests To Start This Week In MarylandMaryland schools plan to start their annual round of standardized tests this week, despite legislators' efforts to cancel or replace them this year.
MSEA Endorses Anthony Brown For Md. GovernorThe Maryland State Education Association has endorsed Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor.
'Doomsday Clock' Countdown Begins Due To Budget FailureThe Maryland State Education Association turned on a "Doomsday Clock" on Wednesday outlining the wide-ranging effects of about $500 million in cuts streaking across a television screen in red, as teachers, librarians and police implored Gov. Martin O'Malley and lawmakers to call a special session to repair the damage before July 1 when they would take effect.