Is PGCEA Union part of the problem in PG County or is there a cover up in a wider scheme?

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Mr. Darryl Barnes

Senator Muse on several occasions has accused specific delegates in Annapolis of not doing enough to create change management starting with Delegate Jay Walker. On March 29th, 2018 a post by Theresa Dudley caused Senator Anthony Muse to argue that members of PGCEA should stay involved due to wide ranging corruption in Annapolis because of cover ups. The post stated in part the following…

…..“I am puzzled that not many are putting pressure on Delegate Jay Walker and Delegates for allowing the My bill on returning us to an elected school board and the other put a lockbox on the casino funds, thus making the money go ONLY to education DIE. Mike Miller has ordered that they Die without a vote. How can this be. I need help in getting these bills out but I am not hearing much against them.”  – Anthony Muse

On February 10th, 2018, we published a blog post  to highlight an ongoing scheme involving the PGCEA Union, “A Plan to Make PGCEA a quasi-judicial body must be resisted by members and the public at large.” Since posting the information, a lot has happened to shield the members of the union and the public at large from understanding the truth due to illegal cover ups.

In a series of emails, the current Education Chairman for Prince George’s County Education Subcommittee Delegation Mr. Darryl Barnes has demonstrated lack of commitment to the fight corruption in the county due to his conflicts of interests. This blog has encouraged members of the public not to reelect him and his close friends who are working to derail justice in the Maryland legislature.

Despite these reservations, Theresa Dudley through Prince George’s County Educators’ Association (PGCEA) has endorsed these questionable delegates and others who have acted to suppress the voice of the people in Annapolis by failing to advance the cause of justice, among other things, as follows:

  1. Failing to schedule hearings or giving a very limited time of less than 10 minutes for hearings in an effort to limit public participation due to conflicts of interests in Prince George’s County.   (see below a series of emails from Delegate Barnes creating a pattern of cover up)
  2. Accepting endorsement of Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) in a classic case of  quid pro quo to keep every illegal activity under the table in Prince George’s County while keeping several things under wraps. PGCEA reports to MSEA and is currently involved in major litigation over violations of employees grievances and has been sued.
  3. Promoting candidates with a criminal past including embezzlement, robbery and sexual harassment. (See Here) (here)
  4. Cover up of criminal activity involving Association of Supervisory & Administrative School Personnel (ASASP) union due to an ongoing scandalous affair at Laurel High School. When the issue was first raised in Upper Marlboro, the transcriber failed to record and tampered with transcripts in order to cover up violations involving Mr. Dwayne Jones who is the ASASP Union President. The company BDR has never answered anything due to a wide ranging scheme involving elected officials.

The following emails show a pattern of limiting public participation in the Annapolis General Assembly which is a major departure from the year before Mr. Darryl Barnes took over the Chairmanship of the Prince George’s County Education subcommittee. The limiting or lack of scheduling hearings comes at a time the county school system was schedule to have a major overhaul of the Governance structure enacted after HB1107. The following series of emails will show Delegate Barnes has been avoiding meetings with the public in Annapolis. So far he has never given statements on why he cannot schedule meetings.

As stated before Corruption erodes trust in public institutions and in democracy, it undermines our internal market, it hampers foreign investment, it costs tax payers millions, and in many cases it helps organized crime groups do their dirty work. As everyone can see here in Prince George’s County Board of Education,  people without a sound education are like society without a sense of direction.

PGCEA members, ACE-AFSCME Local 2250 and ASASP should raise up and demand that Delegate Barnes, Delegate Dereck E. Davis and others involved in the cover ups in Annapolis should not be endorsed by MSEA or any other union in PGCPS because they promote a culture of corruption. Theresa Dudley, as President of PGCEA, should distance herself from endorsing these questionable delegates who have hurt the community and the union members. The PG NAACP Chapter should also follow suit. There should be no pretense that all is well when the truth is, it is not.  Continuation of corrupt administration practices can only lead to the degradation of our school system and quality of education for our students and community many years into the future.

On a positive note, the Maryland Senate approval of a bill that would require every school to have a resource officer or police coverage is welcome news for the county in many ways.

More to come.

1.) Email dated March 30th, 2018 notified members of the public that the Education subcommittee will not meet for the reminder of the session (April 9th 2018) which is a major departure from the past practice. (See below) 

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2.) Email dated March 23rd, 2018 notified members of the public that the Education subcommittee will not meet this week which is a major departure from the past practice. (See below)

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3.) Email dated March 14th,  2018 notified members of the public that the Education subcommittee will not allow public testimony to be given which is a major departure from the past practice. (See below)

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4.) Email dated March 8th,  2018 notified members of the public that the Education subcommittee will not be meeting which is a major departure from the past practice. (See below)

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5.) Email dated March 1st,  2018 Delegate Barnes notified members of the public that the Education subcommittee will not be meeting which is a major departure from the past practice. (See below)

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6. Email dated February 22,  2018 Delegate Barnes notified members of the public that testimony will only be given through the bill sponsor hence creating bottlenecks which is a major departure from the past practice. Notice the hearing was set for 15minutes (See below)

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7. Email dated February 15,  2018 Delegate Barnes notified members of the public that testimony will only be given through the bill sponsor and there will be no public testimony hence creating conflicts which is a major departure from the past practice. Notice the hearing was set for 15 minutes (See below)

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8. Email dated February 14,  2018 Delegate Barnes notified members of the public that testimony will only be given through the bill sponsor hence creating bottlenecks which is a major departure from the past practice. Notice the hearing was set for 15minutes (See below)

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9. Email dated January 25th, 2018 a day before January 26th, 2018 hearing,  Delegate Barnes notified members of the public that there was a major change “testimony must be submitted in advance via email”. This was a way of screening public participation which is a major departure from the past practice. Notice the hearing was set for 10 minutes (See below)

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10. Email dated January 23rd, 2018 Delegate Barnes notified members of the public that testimony must be submitted in advance via email. This was a way of screening public participation which is a major departure from the past practice. (See below)

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11. Email dated January 23rd, 2018 Delegate Barnes notified members of the public that bills had been swapped. This was a way of screening public participation which is a major departure from the past practice. (See below)

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12. Email dated January 18th, 2018 Delegate Valentino-Smith notified members of the public that meeting scheduled for January 19th, 2018 is cancelled. This was a way of screening public participation which is a major departure from the past practice.  (See below)

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 Email dated January 9th, 2018 Delegate Valentino-Smith notified members of the public of public participation on Fridays. However, this years there was a lot of cover ups and the public lost due none participation or very limited time to present grievances. 

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