Tag: Sean Johnson
Charter school bill excludes online education
by Maryland Reporter | April 30, 2015 | Education, News | 1 |
An amended charter school bill will slam the door on Maryland’s chance to follow the 29 other states across America in embarking onto the newly charted plains of cyber-schooling, according to charter school advocates.Read More
Extra pension payments cut by Senate committee to balance budget
by Len Lazarick | March 10, 2014 | General Assembly, Governor, News | 7 |
The Senate Budget Committee voted Friday to take $500 million over the next five years from extra payments into the state pension system to balance the budget this year and for the next four.Read More
Union seeks to make all Md. teachers pay union fees
by Len Lazarick | January 10, 2013 | Education, General Assembly, News | 5 |
Maryland teachers statewide could be required to pay union fees even if they are not members, according to legislation expected to be introduced this session in Annapolis on behalf of Maryland State Education Association (MSEA). The “fair share” fee is a top priority of the teachers union that represents about 70,000 people – or 80% of school employees.Read More
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