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  • Title: Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE - Serving & Supporting Board of Education Since 1957
    Descriptive info: .. April 7, 2014.. Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE.. Serving Supporting Board of Education Since 1957.. Home.. Directions.. Calendar.. Board of Directors.. Members.. Contact Us / Staff.. Committees.. Governing Documents.. Press Releases.. About MABE.. Charles W.. Willis Memorial Award.. Carl W.. Smith Excellence in Education Award.. Advocacy.. Annapolis Advocacy Center.. Federal Advocacy Center.. State Board Advocacy Center.. Training.. Annual Conference.. Exhibitors, Sponsors, Advertisers.. NSBA Conference.. Boardsmanship Academy Courses.. Board/Superintendent Assistants Program.. E-Learning.. Leadership Programs.. Legal Services Seminars.. New Board Member Orientation.. Programs for Local Boards.. Regional Seminars.. Services.. Policy Services.. School Law Policy Updates.. Legal Services Association.. Community Engagement.. Partnership Services.. Superintendent Search.. Maryland Superintendent Vacancies.. Publications.. Insurance Programs.. Benefits of Pooling.. Worker s Compensation Fund.. Group Insurance Pool.. Risk Management.. RiskLinks.. Tools for Teachers.. SafetyNews.. RM Secure Site.. Claims Center.. Claims Reporting.. Contact MABE Claims.. Other Insurance Financial Services.. MABE Fleet.. Contact Us.. MABE Regional Seminars.. Coming to a location near you! MABE is offering a day-long seminar in various locations, covering.. [more].. MABE s Annapolis Advocacy Center.. Prior to the  ...   various locations, covering three topics of vital importance to Maryland school board members: Ethics, Open Meetings, and Student Discipline.. For complete.. [Read More.. ].. Prior to the start of the Maryland General Assembly Legislative Session, MABE s Legislative Committee adopted our 2014 Legislative Positions.. MABE s Legislative Committee holds monthly meetings to guide the association s.. MABE is currently assisting the Calvert and Talbot County school districts with their superintendent vacancies.. For more information, please visit our Superintendent Search page for details.. Below are six webinars designed exclusively for MABE members.. Most will appeal to BoardDocs publishers (board/superintendent.. Follow Us!.. Quick Clicks.. GreenSheet Legislative Update.. 2013 Conference Wrap Up.. MABE Calendar.. Upcoming MABE Events.. April 5, 2014.. April 10, 2014 10:00 am.. Worker's Comp.. Self-Insurance Fund Meeting.. April 11, 2014 10:00 am.. Cancelled - Risk Managers Group Meeting.. April 14, 2014 10:00 am.. Legal Services Association Meeting.. AEC v1.. 0.. 4.. All Upcoming MABE Events.. Join Our Email List.. Email:.. Return to top of page.. Copyright 2014 - Maryland Association of Boards of Education.. Log in..

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  • Title: Directions - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: Maryland Association of Boards of Education.. 621 Ridgely Avenue, Suite 300.. Annapolis, Maryland 21401.. P: (410)-841-5414.. F: (410)-841-8197.. Directions:.. For Door-to-Door Directions, click here!..

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  • Title: Calendar - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: Add Events.. Show Type.. All.. Meetings.. Workshops Seminars.. Conferences Retreats.. Peer Groups.. MABE Closed..

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  • Title: Board of Directors - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: President Kathryn B.. Groth.. Meeting Dates.. Nov.. 2, 2013.. Board of Directors Retreat.. Regular Meetings.. November 20, 2013.. December 18, 2013.. January 14, 2014.. February 19, 2014.. April 30, 2014.. July 16, 2014.. Please check the MABE.. calendar.. for meeting.. specifics.. The board of directors is comprised of the officers of the association, the immediate past president, and twelve additional members.. All must be current members of their local boards of education.. The immediate past president may serve an additional year on the board of directors as an ex-officio, non-voting member.. Members may be nominated by their local boards.. The nominating committee, comprised of local board members, submits a slate  ...   a year in addition to an annual retreat.. 2013-2014 Board of Directors.. Officers.. Kathryn B.. Groth, President, Frederick County.. Verjeana Jacobs, President-Elect, Prince George s County.. Shirley Brandman, Treasurer, Montgomery County.. Warner I.. Sumpter, Secretary, Somerset County.. Rodger C.. Janssen, Baltimore County, Immediate Past President.. Gary Bauer, Carroll County, Past President, 2nd Year.. George Abner, Caroline County.. Cathy Allen, St.. Mary s County.. Donna L.. Brightman, Washington County.. Marnell Cooper, Baltimore City.. Judith L.. Docca, Montgomery County.. Ellen Flynn Giles, Howard County.. Lorraine T.. Henry, Dorchester County.. Juanita Hopkins, Talbot County.. Alysson Krchnavy, Harford County.. Patricia A.. Nalley, Anne Arundel County.. Jean A.. Smith, Frederick County.. Donald M.. Wade, Charles County..

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  • Title: Members - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: MABE s membership is comprised of all 24 boards of education in Maryland.. MABE also welcomes the membership of.. associate.. and.. affiliate.. members.. The information below is updated yearly in February, and reflects district members, officers, and staff information provided to MABE at that time..  ...   Baltimore City.. Baltimore County.. Calvert County.. Caroline County.. Carroll County.. Cecil County.. Charles County.. Dorchester County.. Frederick County.. Garrett County.. Harford County.. Howard County.. Kent County.. Montgomery County.. Prince George s County.. Queen Anne County.. St.. Somerset County.. Talbot County.. Washington County.. Wicomico County.. Worcester County..

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  • Title: Contact Us / Staff - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: Annapolis, MD 21401-1112.. 410.. 841.. 5414, 800.. 8197.. Fax: 410.. 6580.. MABE Staff.. Sandi Barry, Communications Marketing Coordinator -.. sbarry@mabe.. org.. Publications,.. ,.. Katherine M.. Bennett, Executive Assistant -.. kbennett@mabe.. org.. Kathryn F.. Blumsack, Director of Board Development -.. kblumsack@mabe.. Professional Development,.. Conference Planning.. Stephen C.. Bounds, Esq.. , Director of Legal Policy Services -.. sbounds@mabe.. Legal Services Association,.. Frances Hughes Glendening, Executive Director.. fglendening@mabe..  ...   Accounting/Administrative Assistant -.. toldaker@mabe.. John R.. Woolums, Esq.. , Director of Governmental Relations -.. jwoolums@mabe.. ; (443) 603-0390.. Advocacy Services.. Insurance Programs Staff.. Michele Brickley, Executive Assistant -.. mbrickley@mabe.. Randy Gaston, System Database Administrator -.. rgaston@mabe.. Steve James, Deputy Executive Director -.. Debby Lomax, CPA, Fiscal Officer -.. dlomax@mabe.. John Magoon, Risk Management Officer -.. jmagoon@mabe.. Lisa Spencer, Risk Management Officer -.. lspencer@mabe.. Claims Center Staff..

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  • Title: Committees - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: Budget and Planning.. This committee reviews and makes recommendations for adoption by the Board of Directors.. The committee, chaired by the treasurer, consists of one member from each member board.. The treasurer presents the budget at the annual business meeting for adoption.. The committee meets 1-2 times during the year to accomplish their work.. MABE Award Committees.. The.. was established in memory of MABE s first executive director.. Presented every other year (alternating with the Carl W.. Smith Excellence in Education Award), the honor recognizes a former or current board of education member for outstanding service at the local and state level.. Requests for nominations are sent to member boards in March, and the committee meets in July to determine a recipient.. was established in 2012 by the Maryland Association of Boards of Education to honor the retiring executive director.. It may be presented every other year (alternating with the Charles W.. Willis Memorial Award) to an individual who has demonstrated exemplary leadership and service to excellence in public education in Maryland.. Current and former board of education members are not eligible.. Requests for nominations are sent to member boards in September, and the committee meets in  ...   in communicating NSBA and MABE positions to Maryland s federal delegation, including our two U.. S.. Senators and eight members of the U.. House of Representatives.. In addition, MABE representatives attend the annual FRN conference in Washington DC, and participate in the Day on the Hill congressional office visits.. Legislative.. This committee holds monthly meetings to guide the association s lobbying activities in Annapolis, and invites policy and legislative leaders to exchange ideas.. MABE s Director of Governmental Relations, in coordination with MABE leadership, conducts direct lobbying activities including written and oral testimony before the general assembly.. Nominating.. This committee is comprised of board members and chaired by the immediate past president.. Nominations for the.. board of directors.. are requested from member boards and then forwarded to the committee for their consideration.. After deliberation, the committee submits a proposed slate of officers and board of directors members to the general membership for their consideration at the annual business meeting.. Resolutions.. This committee reviews, edits, and forwards, with or without recommendation, all resolutions, and beliefs and policies submitted by member boards of education in accordance with the bylaws.. The committee meets once prior to the annual business meeting..

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  • Title: Governing Documents - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: MABE s 2013-2018.. Strategic Plan.. was developed by the board in 2013.. Bylaws.. were last amended at the 2013 Annual Business Meeting.. Continuing Resolutions.. were updated at the 2013 Annual Business Meeting..

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  • Title: Press Releases - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: 2012.. Frances Hughes Glendening Chosen as New Executive Director.. Janssen Elected MABE President.. Jackson Completes Leadership I.. McGuire Completes Leadership I.. Waller Completes Leadership I.. Senator Nancy King Recipient of Willis Award.. MABE Executive Director Announces Retirement.. 2011.. Bauer Elected MABE President.. Francois Recipient of Willis Award.. Hathaway Beck Completes Leadership I.. Hopkins Completes Leadership I.. Bauer Completes Leadership II.. Brightman Completes Leadership II.. Carr Completes Leadership II.. Groth Completes Leadership II.. Henry Completes Leadership II.. Janssen Completes Leadership II..

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  • Title: About MABE - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: Member Services Brochure.. Founded in 1957, the Maryland Association of Boards of Education is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to serving and supporting boards of education in Maryland.. MABE is a leading advocate for public education in the state.. All 24 Maryland boards of education are members of MABE.. Vision:.. The Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE) is a champion for public education in Maryland.. Members value the education, advocacy, and services they receive from MABE.. The support, networking, and solidarity found at MABE enhance and inform a board member s service, enabling them to achieve their highest potential as leaders.. The education community values MABE as a fully vested partner and strong advocate for public schools.. Elected officials and public leaders look to and rely on MABE s perspective and principles to inform their decisions, enabling them to govern in the best interest of Maryland s public schools.. Businesses view MABE as an association with the integrity and credibility to connect them with member boards.. Members rely on MABE s expertise and vigilance in partnering with businesses that will enable them to operate their school systems more effectively and efficiently.. MABE  ...   education.. We consistently challenge, educate, and support our members, enabling them to create and maintain excellent public schools for all of Maryland s children.. Mission:.. The mission of the Maryland Association of Boards of Education is to provide members with a strong collective voice, and to support local school board governance through professional development, advocacy and member services.. Core Values:.. Our core values are integral to who we are and how we work.. They are the guiding principles by which we conduct ourselves as we seek to fulfill our mission.. We serve public school boards above all else.. We champion local governance.. We create collaborative relationships.. We are a safe place to learn, laugh, share, and network.. Goals:.. Professional Development:.. We provide the skills and knowledge required for our members to become effective leaders engaged in governance that promotes excellent public schools for all of Maryland s children.. Advocacy:.. We serve our members by being advocates for public schools, for local control of education, and for the leadership and legal authority of school boards.. Member Services:.. We provide value-added services that enhance the efficiency and capability of school system governance, management and operations..

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  • Title: Charles W. Willis Memorial Award - Maryland Association of Boards of Education - MABE
    Descriptive info: Is a current or former member of your school board deserving of MABE s highest honor?.. The Charles W.. Willis Award represents recognition by peers of outstanding service at the local and state level.. The award, established in memory of MABE s first executive director, is limited to a single honoree annually.. Willis Award committee, made up of current board members from around the state, meet in July to determine the recipient.. Their decision is based on the following criteria:.. Demonstrates keen understanding of his/her responsibilities as a board member in the formulation of policy and the establishment of sound educational programs.. Works affirmatively to foster improved student achievement.. Works proactively to foster community engagement with all education stakeholders.. Devotes personal time, effort, and skill to promote the goals of public education.. Accepts and fulfills the responsibilities of a board member by working collaboratively with board and staff and adhering to high ethical standards.. Values diversity by advocating for the educational needs of all children.. Nomination forms.. are sent to board offices and board presidents in late March; nominations close in early July (specific date varies year to year).. As a board, please consider nominating a current  ...   Durst, Garrett County.. 2005 Sandra H.. French, Howard County.. 2004 Dr.. George I.. Whitehead, III, Wicomico County.. 2003 Lt.. Col.. Eugene C.. Chandler, Harford County.. 2002 Dr Alvin D.. Thornton, Prince George s County.. 2001 Dane A.. Coleman, Caroline County.. 2000 Dr.. J.. Edward Andrews, Maryland State Board of Education.. 1999 Carolyn L.. Scott, Carroll County.. 1998 Mildred Casey, Queen Anne s County.. 1997 Thomas R.. Hendershot, Prince George s County.. 1996 Dr.. Terrence H.. Scout, Kent County.. 1995 George D.. Lisby, Harford County.. 1994 George W.. Fisher, Sr.. , Maryland State Board of Education, Caroline County.. 1993 B.. Marie Byers, Washington County.. 1992 Deborah D.. Kendig, Howard County.. 1991 Norman J.. Saunders, Charles County.. 1990 Marilyn J.. Praisner, Montgomery County.. 1989 Dr.. Percy V.. Williams, Harford County.. 1988 T.. Reynolds Carpenter, Dorchester County.. 1987 Joanne T.. Goldsmith, Maryland State Board of Education.. 1986 G.. George Asaki, Maryland State Board of Education, Anne Arundel County.. 1985 William S.. Moore, Wicomico County.. 1984 Lucille Maurer, Montgomery County.. 1983 Gertrude H.. Crist, Howard County.. 1982 Jerome Frampton, Jr.. 1981 Beverley H.. Zimmerman, Anne Arundel County.. 1980 T.. Bayard Williams, Jr.. , Baltimore County.. 1979 Frederick K.. Schoenbrodt, Howard County..

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