It’s not just dollars our schools are losing – it’s adult presence, it’s the best and the brightest, it’s programs that are proven to help our kids succeed. When the success of our public schools is threatened the future of our county is threatened. Join us and speak out to the Montgomery County Council!
The Gazette is reporting today that Montgomery County Council members are determined to force even deeper cuts to our schools. Contact council members today and tell them state aid for education should be spent on our schools.
On April 5, hundreds of teachers and other school employees, parents and students rallied for school funding in Rockville. They made their voices heard to our county council members and the public. But the fight’s not over.
Special interests and some in the media are painting an inaccurate picture of the costs of education in our county and the compensation of MCPS employees. Learn the truth about education funding, and the men and women who make it their business to help our county’s children succeed in school and in life.
With all eyes on Montgomery County as the budget process comes down to the wire, the Washington Post editorialized April 26 that changes to arbitration rules around county union bargaining would save taxpayers money. Read the editorial And on May …