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Teachers Enjoy ‘One of the Best Days of the Year’ Golfing for a Great Cause

From first-time golfers to those who have been playing for decades, the 29th annual Hands Across the Green Golf Tournament guaranteed a great day for everyone while raising money for the Connecticut Education Foundation (CEF).

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Why We Won’t Get What We Put into Social Security

Attend a webinar July 25 with CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey to learn more about WEP/GPO, how the laws penalize educators, and what we can do to repeal them.

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Vote in the 2024 Get Out the Vote Postcard Contest

Teachers from around the country have submitted postcard designs for NEA’s Get Out the Vote Postcard Contest, and now it’s your turn to vote.

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Theme Park Vacations—For Less

Visiting amusement parks is perhaps one of America’s most beloved pastimes, but it can get expensive very quickly. Here in Connecticut, as a CEA member you can save on admission to Quassy Amusement Park and Lake Compounce all summer long. 

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CEA Members Advance Association Goals, Support Workers’ Rights

Every year, teachers from across the country come together for the NEA Representative Assembly, NEA’s top decision-making body, to draft and debate new policies, adopt a strategic plan and budget, and listen to speeches from NEA leaders and other prominent educators and activists.

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Register for Day of Collaboration and Professional Learning

U.S. Education Secretary Dr. Miguel Cardona is a featured speaker at this year’s Empowered to Lead Symposium, an annual event hosted by the Connecticut Teacher of the Year Council and open to all teachers across the state.

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Farmington Student’s Social Justice Efforts Earn National Recognition

Farmington High School junior Sreenidi (Sree) Bala was recognized at the NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards Banquet with the SuAnne Big Crow Memorial Award for her work to advocate for racial equity and passion for inclusivity for neurodivergent students.

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CEA Members Unite with Thousands at NEA Representative Assembly

Eighty-seven CEA members are joining nearly 7,000 educators from around the nation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this week for the 2024 National Education Association Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly (RA).

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Get Serious About Summer Reading

When it comes to summer, reading may not be the first thing—or even in the top 10 things—kids have in mind! But reading can be the ideal summer activity. Check out resources to launch a summer of reading for a child in your life.

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Save This Summer

The Connecticut State Department of Education is offering discounts at a variety of local businesses to all school staff again this summer. 

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How Educators Can Harness AI as a Vital Teaching Assistant

AI presents both opportunities and challenges for teachers; however, in a CEA workshop Manchester teachers Rachel Discko and Chelsea Gordon stressed that teachers who don’t take advantage of AI are missing out on tools that can save them time, reduce paperwork, and advance equity for students.

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Educators Celebrate Culture, March in Portuguese Parade

Educators know how important it is to recognize and celebrate their students’ identities, cultures, and backgrounds. A recent parade, part of the Dia de Portugal Hartford Festival, gave teachers a chance to showcase their own heritage and connect with students who are also Portuguese-American.

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Featured Headlines

Latest News and Information

Teachers Enjoy ‘One of the Best Days of the Year’ Golfing for a Great Cause

From first-time golfers to those who have been playing for decades, the 29th annual Hands Across the Green Golf Tournament guaranteed a great day for everyone while raising money for the Connecticut Education Foundation (CEF).

READ MORE

Why We Won’t Get What We Put into Social Security

Attend a webinar July 25 with CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey to learn more about WEP/GPO, how the laws penalize educators, and what we can do to repeal them.

READ MORE

Vote in the 2024 Get Out the Vote Postcard Contest

Teachers from around the country have submitted postcard designs for NEA’s Get Out the Vote Postcard Contest, and now it’s your turn to vote.

READ MORE