Your priorities are our priorities, and we want to hear what matters most to you, your students, and your profession. Your answers will help us establish teachers’ priorities for the upcoming legislative session. Take the CEA State Legislative Policy Survey.
From minority teacher recruitment to school funding and challenges facing education today, hear the priorities of new Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona. Listen to the WSHU Radio interview.
That’s the question new Department of Children and Families Commissioner Vannessa Dorantes posed to teachers during CEA’s Q&A meeting with DCF officials Monday night. The commissioner and her staff listened and responded to teachers’ concerns on a host of topics, including mandated reporting issues, over-reporting by administrators, retaliatory reports against teachers, seatbelt reporting, increased DCF investigations, and more. Read about this important topic on blogcea.org or watch the video of the meeting.
Betsy DeVos is at it again. Now she wants to divert federal education funds to buy guns. Read the shocking story and how Senator Chris Murphy is standing up against the plan.
Take advantage of your membership and CEA’s purchasing power with exclusive discounts at retailers, service providers, entertainment venues, and more. Check out your CEA member benefits.
Run or volunteer for Team CEF at the Eversource Hartford Marathon October 12. Sign up today to help kids and colleagues facing personal hardships.
UConn football presents CEA Teacher Appreciation Day Oct. 19. Grab discounted seats for the Huskies’ homecoming game and enjoy pregame fun, food, and festivities at CEA’s free tailgating tent, sponsored by California Casualty.
How much do you spend on your students and classroom supplies? CEA is collaborating with NBC Connecticut on a special survey and report to determine how much teachers hard-earned money is spent on their classrooms. Share your story.
He was a teacher, a principal, and now he’s the state’s new education commissioner. Read about Miguel Cardona and what he has planned for our schools.
The work you do in the classroom every day makes our schools among the best in the nation. CEA President Jeff Leake explains how together with CEA teachers work as a team to keep our schools and profession strong. Watch the video.