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CEA Members Honor Colleagues and Friends of Education

The CEA Representative Assembly gave delegates the opportunity to not only conduct the Association’s business, but also to recognize colleagues and public education supporters who have made a significant impact…

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Delegates Celebrate Return to In-Person CEA Representative Assembly

The two-day CEA Representative Assembly is underway tonight at the Mohegan Sun Conference Center with nearly 350 teachers from more than 160 districts around the state celebrating a return to…

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Manchester High School Educators Applaud Funding for Student Manufacturing Program

As part of Governor Lamont’s workforce readiness initiative, Manchester High School has received a $390,000 state bonding allocation to support the school’s manufacturing program—a move many years in the making…

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Awards Ceremony Honors 2021, 2022 Connecticut Teachers of the Year

Monday’s Tony nominations and this weekend’s Billboard Awards may be all the buzz … but last night it was Connecticut teachers who took center stage.

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Connecticut Expands Teacher Certification Reciprocity with Other States

Educators who hold a valid, active teaching certificate from several states outside of Connecticut may now apply for and obtain a Connecticut equivalent certification. The Connecticut State Department of Education…

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State Government, Education Leaders Recognize Teacher Appreciation Week

In recognition of the important work teachers do—and the particular challenges the pandemic has presented for the profession—the State Board of Education and governor’s office invited CEA President Kate Dias,…

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What’s Going On with Teacher Evaluation?

With updates to teacher evaluation guidelines taking longer than the State Department of Education anticipated, existing teacher evaluation flexibilities will extend into the 2022-2023 school year while the revision process…

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State Unveils New Math, Financial Literacy Curriculum

The first phase of Connecticut’s new model math curriculum for grades 6 to 8 and financial literacy curriculum for grades 6 to 12 was released recently. Developed by a team that…

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Key Mental Health Bills Hang in the Balance, Contact Your Legislators Today

Two important mental health bills have received crucial legislative support and are close to reaching the finish line but need your advocacy. Senate Bill 1, which was voted out of…

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