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Educators Share Lessons Learned During Pandemic Year

Pandemic learning has tried educators and students as never before, but teachers are finding this year has also taught them lessons they’ll use going forward.

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Teacher Asks $6 Million Question: ‘What Has Been Lost?’

A Glastonbury educator challenged the idea of “gains” when the state and towns cut education budgets during a meeting with his state representative.

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CEA Teachers and the Law Workshops More Critical Than Ever During Pandemic

CEA members call the CEA Legal Department’s Teachers and the Law workshop “helpful” and “eye-opening,” and especially now during the pandemic it’s critical for you to know your rights and responsibilities. 

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Grow Your Own Teacher Recruitment Program Expanding to 14 Connecticut Districts

Connecticut’s efforts to recruit and retain more educators of color are making progress thanks to a national program that’s now expanding to 14 school districts around Connecticut.

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CEA Members Come Together to Advocate for Their Students and Communities

What would it mean to your school community if your school was fully funded? That’s the question educators who attended a Monday CEA Recovery for All meeting were asked to answer.

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Proactively Assisting Students to Manage Their Stress

As children across the country return to more in-person learning, experts caution that the stress of the pandemic might be showing up in unexpected ways, and that we need to appropriately support both children and teachers.

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Vice President Harris Discusses Help for Children Living in Poverty During Visit to Connecticut

Vice President Kamala Harris arrived in New Haven this afternoon to discuss aspects of the American Rescue Plan aimed at addressing the needs of our nation’s children, particularly those living in poverty.

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Teachers, Community Members Take Their Message to the Public Square

Teachers, students, parents, community members, and labor groups assembled March 24 with a clear message for Connecticut’s leaders: Let’s make Connecticut a place where all residents can thrive.

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CEA, Educators Support Bill to Bring More Teachers of Color to Connecticut Classrooms

“Increasing the diversity among our Connecticut teaching profession is crucial to the vitality, success, and the excellence of all of our schools,” CEA Vice President Tom Nicholas told legislators during a recent public hearing.

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