Marietta English, longtime leader of the Baltimore Teachers Union, was re-elected to another term, the organization announced in a release Wednesday.
According to the release, English was re-elected president by teachers, paraprofessionals, and school-related personnel. It will be her seventh term--one she served as president of the teacher's chapter--which lasts three years.
“I’m proud to have received the support of Baltimore’s paraprofessionals, school-related personnel and teachers,” English said in a statement. “For years PSRPs and teachers have been partners in the classroom and in the union. This election is an indication of the confidence our members have in our leadership, policies, and programs.”
Union members also voted for several other representatives, the release said. The release did not indicate if English had any challengers, or how many votes were cast.