Speculation is running rampant about why Governor Malloy didn’t mention education or the state budget in his opening address to the legislature yesterday
Read Hartford Courant story.
While the governor’s message starting the 2018 legislative session emphasized Connecticut’s tradition of fairness and concern for future generations, his budget proposal is anything but fair for Connecticut’s students, teachers, and public schools. Read BlogCEA story. Read Sheila Cohen’s statement.
Save hundreds on things you buy every day. Visit cea.org/mbfor teacher deals and discounts you never knew you had. Now through the end of January, enter to win weekly raffle prizes and the chance to win a grand prize guided-tour vacation package from NEA Member Benefits.
Attend a free screening of Backpack Full of Cash on Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 6 p.m. in New London. Narrated by Matt Damon, whose mother is teacher, the movie, explores the real cost of privatizing public schools.
The Janus case, now before the U.S. Supreme Court, isan effort to weaken unions—and the protections that help safeguard teachers’ salaries, benefits, and rights. Attend an upcoming CEA County Forum in your area and learn how you can help continue to protect teachers’ hard-won salaries and benefits