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Education secretary Cardona visits reopened Prince George’s County school

2021-04-20T09:43:09-04:00

A newly reopened Prince George’s County, Maryland, school got a visit from the country’s top education official. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona has been visiting schools across the country for the “Help is Here” School Reopening Tour. On Tuesday, he visited Mary Harris “Mother” Jones Elementary in Adelphi.

Education secretary Cardona visits reopened Prince George’s County school2021-04-20T09:43:09-04:00

An Open Letter From The Prince George’s County Educators Association on the Value of In-Person Learning – And On How We Can Make It Safe To Reopen Our Schools

2021-04-19T12:20:19-04:00

Together, we can create the Prince George’s County Public School first-ever COVID-19 Safety Agreement to help students and staff safely return to in-person learning.

An Open Letter From The Prince George’s County Educators Association on the Value of In-Person Learning – And On How We Can Make It Safe To Reopen Our Schools2021-04-19T12:20:19-04:00

‘Just Want to Be Safe’: Prince George’s Teachers Return to Schools With Concerns

2021-03-19T00:31:37-04:00

In a new campaign, Maryland educators are speaking out, shining a spotlight on the digital access and opportunity gap among students. The Prince George’s County Educators’ Association (PGCEA) is calling on elected officials to act, and internet companies to provide free access for all educators and students during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

‘Just Want to Be Safe’: Prince George’s Teachers Return to Schools With Concerns2021-03-19T00:31:37-04:00

Maryland Educators Expose Digital Divide

2020-11-28T22:39:28-05:00

In a new campaign, Maryland educators are speaking out, shining a spotlight on the digital access and opportunity gap among students. The Prince George’s County Educators’ Association (PGCEA) is calling on elected officials to act, and internet companies to provide free access for all educators and students during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Maryland Educators Expose Digital Divide2020-11-28T22:39:28-05:00

Prince George’s County Educators Join District Heights and Elected Officials from Around the County to Celebrate Literacy

2020-12-16T10:42:08-05:00

Saturday morning, March 7, 2020, from 8 a.m.-12 pm, public school teachers and educational support professionals from across Prince George’s County will join the city of  District Heights and other elected leaders to hold a community celebration of literacy.

Prince George’s County Educators Join District Heights and Elected Officials from Around the County to Celebrate Literacy2020-12-16T10:42:08-05:00

PGCEA President Statement on Largo High School Teacher Assault Incident

2020-11-28T22:41:09-05:00

Last week there was a student and educator involved incident of violence that occurred at Largo High School. Today at 1:15 P.M. is a hearing before a judge and PGCEA is following this incident very closely and realize the implication it will have on the future of our school system.

PGCEA President Statement on Largo High School Teacher Assault Incident2020-11-28T22:41:09-05:00

Statement on HBCU Lawsuit v. State of Maryland

2019-11-14T15:24:04-05:00

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November  13, 2019 Contact: Joshua Harris [email protected]   Statement on HBCU’s v. Maryland  Prince George’s County Educators Stand in Support of Maryland HBCU’s Prince George’s County, MD: Today the Maryland Legislative Black Caucus (LBC) held a rally in Annapolis to demand a fair settlement for the four Maryland Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s). U.S. District Court of Maryland has ruled in favor of Maryland HBCU’s determining that they have been woefully underfunded and duplication of programs by predominantly. white institutions that continued to operate a de jure system of discrimination against HBCUs. The Maryland LBC has proposed [...]

Statement on HBCU Lawsuit v. State of Maryland2019-11-14T15:24:04-05:00

Statement on Senate President Leadership Change

2019-10-24T20:44:40-04:00

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 24, 2019 Contact: Joshua Harris [email protected]   Statement on Senate President Leadership Change  Prince George’s County, MD: Today it was announced that longtime Maryland Senate President and Prince George’s County resident Thomas V. Mike. Miller would be stepping down from the leadership mantle from which he has lead the state of Maryland for decades. It was also announced that the senior Senator from Baltimore City, Senator Bill Ferguson will be picking up the torch of servant leadership as Senate President. PGCEA President Theresa Mitchell Dudley released the following statement: “Senator Miller has been a longstanding staple of [...]

Statement on Senate President Leadership Change2019-10-24T20:44:40-04:00

Prince George’s County Educators’ Association and Baltimore Teachers Union Condemn Governor Hogan’s

2019-09-03T14:27:31-04:00

                                                         For Immediate Release: August 27, 2019 Contact: Joshua Harris [email protected] Candance Greene [email protected] Prince George’s County Educators’ Association and Baltimore Teachers Union Condemn Governor Hogan’s Neglect to Fund Quality Education Maryland’s Children Deserve Prince George’s County, MD: Prince George’s County Educators’ Association (PGCEA) and the Baltimore Teachers Union (BTU) are gravely disappointed in the lackluster job of Governor Larry Hogan and his administration in ensuring Maryland’s students and schools receive the necessary resources to have the best possible public education, as the Maryland constitution mandates. Our schools in both Prince George’s County and Baltimore City are underfunded by billions annually [...]

Prince George’s County Educators’ Association and Baltimore Teachers Union Condemn Governor Hogan’s2019-09-03T14:27:31-04:00
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