Negotiated Agreement


Click here to view our negotiated agreement for the 2017-2020 contract term.

Salary Scales

Click here for the new salary scale for Steps 15 and below for the 2017-18 school year.

Click here for all employees Step 16 and higher for the current salary scale.


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  • The 2019 Legislative Session Begins
    Our fight to end the underfunding of our schools kicks into a higher gearOPENING DAY IN ANNAPOLISThe 439th Maryland General Assembly session convened at noon on Wednesday, January 9, 2018. This is the first year of a four-year term for all 188 delegates and senators and there are quite a few new faces. In the Senate, […]
  • Our Kids Can’t Wait — MSEA Calls for a March for Our Schools
    Our Kids Can’t WaitMSEA Calls for a March for Our SchoolsTHE LATEST FROM THE KIRWAN COMMISSIONMSEA Urges Faster Action as Legislative Leaders Signal Further DelayOne year after the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education (Kirwan Commission) delayed a final report, the Commission has been asked to delay for another year. The delay a year ago was disappointing, […]
  • What About My School’s Leaky Roof?
    Who decides where the money goes?You probably read about students freez­ing in Baltimore City schools when more than one-third of the city’s schools — and students — went without sufficient heat during the cold spell last January. It was a big story that gained national attention. Nine months later, it was the heat wave at the start of the school […]


  • Question 1 Wins More Votes than Anything Else on the Ballot November 7, 2018
    Pro-Public Education Candidates Win Offices across the StateWednesday, November 7, 2018 Adam 433-3630 The results of Election Day demonstrated that a resounding number of Marylanders want to see increased funding for public schools, with Question 1 winning 89% of the vote and earning more votes than any other candidate or measure on the entire […]
  • Poll: Maryland Educators Facing Financial Strains August 22, 2018
    More than 40% of Maryland educators work a second job to make ends meetWednesday, August 22, 2018 Adam 353-9689 A new poll of Maryland educators finds that many educators work second jobs, spend their own money on school supplies, and run up personal debt just to make ends meet. Poll findings include: In the […]
  • Cheryl Bost Becomes MSEA President August 1, 2018
    Baltimore County Teacher to Lead 74,000-Member UnionTuesday, July 31, 2018 Adam 353-9689 On August 1, Cheryl Bost will become the new president of the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA), Maryland’s 74,000-member educators union. Bost is an elementary school teacher from Baltimore County, where she was named teacher of the year in 2003 in part […]

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