Our union is our members, and on this Labor Day weekend, I couldn't be prouder of the 1.6 million hardworking nurses, teachers, paraprofessionals, higher education faculty and public employees who work day in and day out to teach our kids, keep our families healthy and improve our communities, AFT President Randi Weingarten says.
Continuing with AFT efforts to promote democracy and add more voices to the political process locally and nationally, AFT-Maryland Political Coordinator Todd Reynolds led a voter registration drive Sunday August 16th at Macedonia Baptist Church in Baltimore, Md. The drive was but a small example of the "Reclaim Baltimore" initiative introduced at the 2015 AFT-Maryland Convention.
The leaders of five major unions issued a statement June 30 expressing their disappointment with the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to hear a case, Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, that challenges fees non-union members pay.
During the month of July, 2015, Baltimore City Public Schools will be hosting a series of community conversations around Baltimore City to discuss how school police can
Linda Day, president of MCEA, is running for the Maryland State Retirement and Pension Board of Trustees.
Who can vote:
Retired Members of:
• Correctional Officers Retirement System
• Employees Retirement System
• Employees Pension System
• Judges Retirement System
• Legislative Pension Plan
• Local Fire & Police Systems
• Law Enforcement Officer’s Pension System