Don’t miss this season’s last CEA Teacher Appreciation Day, August 24. Special seats, pricing, and recognition for CEA members, family, and friends!
Now more than ever, teachers need to stand united with CEA to fight for the pay and benefits they deserve. Read what your colleagues are saying about standing together with CEA.
CEA’s push for better classroom safety legislation just got a much-needed boost from the State Department of Education, legislators, and others.
CEA President Jeff Leake and Vice President Tom Nicholas have officially begun their terms and are excited to work with you to champion public education and the teaching profession. Watch video of Jeff Leake Watch video of Tom Nicholas
As we await the Janus decision, teachers must educate themselves on the rotten apples-anti-teacher forces trying to worm their way into our schools. Read about the corporate groups masquerading as education advocates out to dismantle public education and turn a profit.
What do the events of 40 years ago have to do with teachers’ lives today? A lot. Watch video of teachers explaining why the Bridgeport strike is still relevant today.
We have five more days to convince legislators to override the governor’s veto of Public Act 18-89. We need you to contact your legislators today. We can’t make this happen without you. Please take two minutes to contact your legislators. Visit cea.org/overrideveto for more information Listen to new CEA radio ads calling for a veto override. Radio…
Across the country, and right here in Connecticut, anti-teacher groups are trying to take way your right to bargain for decent salaries, benefits and working conditions. Learn what you can do to stop the attacks, protect your freedoms, and advance the teaching profession. Join your colleagues at CEA’s 2018 Summer Conference.
Senate Bill 453 An Act Concerning Classroom Safety and Disruptive Behavior, now called Public Act 18-89, is on the governor’s desk awaiting action. The bill helps stem the tide of teacher assaults by making classrooms safer and providing appropriate support to disruptive students.
U.S. Representative Joe Courtney slammed U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for failing to respond to students at East Hartford High School, a year after she attacked the school calling it a “dangerous daycare.” Read CT Mirror story. Watch video of the exchange.