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25th Anniversary Globe

MAEC remains dedicated to ensuring that all students have access to high-quality, effective, and equitable education. No matter how long it takes to get through this, our team will be working with educators, policymakers, community partners, and families to provide essential support and resources. Everyone feels the impact of this virus, but we know that… Read More »

Statement on the Mob Attack on the U.S. Capitol

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We watched in horror as domestic terrorists attempted a coup on our nation’s capitol. Systemic racism and White supremacy enabled insurrectionists to break into the capitol. Law enforcement practiced restraint against domestic terrorists in a way that we did not see when Black Lives Matter protestors gathered legally this summer. Had the mob been people… Read More »

MAEC Lends Equity Lens to Statewide ECE Plan

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MAEC (the “Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium”) is pleased to announce the release of a new five-year strategic plan for the state of Maryland’s early childhood system entitled, Maryland Ready: A Path to School Readiness and Success. MAEC partnered with the Maryland State Department of Education, the Maryland Department of Health, and Department of Human Services to create… Read More »

Become a part of our team! MAEC is seeking a new Communications Specialist!

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Interested in working for a non-proft organization with a mission for promoting educational equity? Do you have excellent writing and editing skills? Then you maybe a right match for our latest job opening as a Communications Specialist. Apply today!

Virtual Training Institute

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Join us for the 3rd and final virtual training institute webinar. Through this interactive training institute you will learn new strategies to gain support for your family engagement programs and policies, and ultimately shift the conversation from family and community engagement being “nice to have” to being a “must have.”

It’s Time to Take Action

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“Our staff must step beyond ally status and become co-conspirators.” Principal Harris reflects on what it means to truly embrace systemic anti-racist work in his school. Check out his blog post.

We Are Capable of Getting a Complete Census Count

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Statement by Dr. Bricio Vasquez, demographer and education data scientist, IDRA. Dr. Vasquez serves as the Texas Counts education subcommittee co-chair. (San Antonio – August 19, 2020) – The U.S. Census Bureau’s sudden decision to cut short its population counting window jeopardizes the future of millions of youth. The Census Bureau has always had a problem with undercounting… Read More »

Secretary DeVos announced a new challenge to advance high-quality technology instruction in rural communities

The Rural Tech Project, with a total cash prize of $600,000, invites high schools and local educational agencies (LEAs) to develop competency-based distance learning programs that enable students to master skills at their own pace, with the goal of preparing them for the in-demand, well-paying jobs of today and tomorrow.  To learn more, register for the virtual… Read More »

COVID-19, Racism and Xenophobia: A Discussion on How and Why the Pandemic is Affecting Asian Americans

The COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately harming all people of color in the United States. For Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, one way this harm has manifested is in a rise in hate incidents. These incidents are fueled by both a long history of anti-Asian xenophobia and racism, and stigmatizing references to COVID-19 as a “Chinese… Read More »

The Family Table Webinar

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Pull up a seat to The Family Table! Every Thursday from 3-4 pm ET, the Collaborative Action for Family Engagement Center at MAEC, in collaboration with the Maryland and Pennsylvania State Departments of Education, leads educational webinars and engages with community partners to help families navigate school reopening considerations during the ever-changing pandemic.

Black Lives Matter at School: A Conversation with Educators on the Intersections of Activism and Pedagogy

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Did you miss the latest webinar on June 30th?  Watch  our  recorded webinar where we learned about the work of one group of educators and education activists who were part of the effort to organize the Black Lives Matter At School project and resource guide for educators to address police violence and systemic racism with their… Read More »

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