Legislators take questions from education union
Topics include budget, cyberbullying, violence against teachers
Elected leaders met with educators Thursday night for a question-and-answer session on the future of education in Charles County.
Members of the Charles County Delegation to the General Assembly, the Charles County Board of Commissioners, the Charles County Board of Education and Charles County Sheriff Troy Ber- ry (D) took questions from members of the Education Association of Charles County, or EACC, during a dinner held at Milton M. Somers Middle School.
The EACC is the union that represents certified staff: teachers, administrators, counselors, some therapists, librarians, instructional specialists and others, said EACC president Linda McLaughlin.
Veronica McFadden, art teacher at Gale-Bailey Elementary School and EACC government relations committee chairwoman, moderated the event and asked questions which had been prepared