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Know Your Contract -Transfers Articles 10 (Teacher Chapter) and XII.2 (PSRP Chapter) By: Cynthia Sjoquist, BTU Field Representative While the Voluntary Transfer Window is some ways away (late April), involuntary transfers (also called “being surplussed”) may happen throughout the year. Despite the Maryland State statute which grants the CEO the ultimate authority to assign and appoint based on the needs of the system, you do have rights! Here’s a look at your rights in both
The new issue of the Baltimore Educator, BTU’s magazine/newsletter, is now available online! All members will also receive a print edition of this issue.   The theme of this issue is "Raising Youth Voices". We are excited to be publishing multiple articles, editorials, poems, and works of art by Baltimore City Public Schools students! This issue also includes Cindy Sjoquist's final installment of "Know Your Contract", along with member spotlights and shout-outs, a PSRP update, upcoming events,
The new issue of the Baltimore Educator, BTU’s magazine/newsletter, is now available online! Eventually, you will also be able to read and share individual articles from this issue on the BTU blog. All members will also receive a print edition of this issue in their school or office mailbox.   The theme of this issue is "Healing Together" and it features articles about physical, emotional and social healing and the challenges that make healing more difficult
The new issue of the Baltimore Educator, BTU’s magazine/newsletter, is now available online! You can also read and share individual articles from this issue on the BTU blog. (The blog is still being updated. Check back in a couple days.) All members will also receive a print edition of this issue in their school or office mailbox.   This issue includes reports from the frontlines of the recent nationwide strike wave and a Maryland living wage campaign
"Baltimore residents and local officials told state lawmakers that they want to see legislation improving public transportation, education, public safety and decriminalizing drug use in the city during the next legislative session, which starts in January.  “This is a very important year for the future of the city. The 2020 census has given us some sobering reminders about where there’s work to be done,” Del. Stephanie Smith (D-Baltimore), chair of the Baltimore City House delegation,