Read Across America 2018 kickoff with Reading is Fundamental was held Thursday, March 1st at NEA Headquarters in DC. Nearly 400 third and fourth graders from Prince George’s County public schools attended this reading extravaganza. Participating elementary schools were Flintstone, Paint Branch, Mount Rainier, and William Beanes. Students were greeted by a music as they
On Monday, February 26, 2018, PGCEA members rode buses to Annapolis to talk to lawmakers about OUR priorities. PGCEA along with MCEA, SEIU 500, Casa De Maryland, Progressive Maryland, Not Without Black Women, Jews for Justice and Fight for $15 lobbied on our issues and rallied at Lawyers Mall!
Standing Up for Quality Education: Fighting for the Schools Prince George’s County Students, Educators and Community Deserve The current school board structure is a proven failure for the students, families, and educators of Prince George’s County and must be changed to ensure transparency, community accountability, and stakeholder input. Only with a democratically elected school board
Join fellow PGCEA members as we engage elected ofﬁcials on issues facing our educators, the community, and the children of Prince George’s County. It is your voice as an educator in the classroom that people trust.
As we begin to prepare for our next contract, we need to hear from you! This is your opportunity to talk about what’s not working and how we can fix it together.
PGCEA Member Bryan Trueblood speaks at School Board Meeting on Black Lives Matters at Schools. Watch here. Download Flyer
On Wednesday, January 31, 2018, PGCEA along with ACE-AFSCME Local 2250 and ACE-AFSCME Local 67, moderated a forum for County Executive Candidates hosted by the League of Women Voters in Prince George’s County. The room was filled with well over 200 union members and community stakeholders, with some elected officials in attendance. The candidates in
The Nominations, Elections and Credentials Commission (NECC) has certified the election and is happy to announce that the Negotiated Agreement has been ratified. Click here to see the agreement.
Addressing salary, class size, and poverty among top issues They came in buses and in carpools. They came from down the road, over the Bay Bridge, and through rush hour traffic on the Beltway. At Wednesday night’s final Kirwan Commission public hearing, educators packed the room, stood in the aisles, and made their voices heard. Here
Calling all artists….enter the 2017 PGCPS Recycles Poster Contest! Students and Staff can enter the contest. All entries are due by December 1, 2017. Please post the flyer (attached) and share with your school! Contest Flyer and Rules