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Congresswoman Hayes Introduces Save Education Jobs Act

Connecticut Congresswoman Jahana Hayes is introducing the Save Education Jobs Act that will save almost 4 million jobs, spur economic growth, and help to mitigate the impact of students’ learning loss as a result of the pandemic.

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One Week Until Election Day: Make Sure You Know Who the Education-Friendly Candidates Are

If you’re planning to vote in person or haven’t filled out your absentee ballot yet, remember to check out CEA’s Legislator Report Card and District Comparison to see how the candidates running in your area stand on issues related to public education. 

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At First CEA Listening Forum Members Share Realities of Pandemic Teaching

“We want to hear from you about the challenges you face and any possible solutions,” CEA President Jeff Leake told members who joined a Zoom listening forum yesterday. Additional CEA forums are being held Tuesday and Wednesday so CEA members can give voice to the issues they are facing in their districts.

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Subscribe to BlogCEA and You Could Win a Safety Prize Pack, Including Cloth CEA Mask

Keeping a finger on the pulse of public education is important, especially during a pandemic when so much is changing so quickly and new expectations are being heaped on teachers.

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During Pandemic Retired Teachers Stay Engaged and Involved

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, CEA-Retired members are still meeting, volunteering, and staying engaged—virtually. At the CEA-Retired Annual Fall Conference yesterday nearly 200 retirees joined a Zoom call to hear the latest on politics, pensions, and public education.

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Spotlight on CEA Efforts to Recruit, Retain Teachers of Color

CEA’s efforts to diversify the teaching profession are receiving national attention via an NEA Today article that features Bridgeport teachers and discusses CEA’s recent campaign to interest young people in teaching careers.

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Attend a CEA Virtual Listening Forum

Many educators don’t have the resources they need, and when job demands become unsustainable, the result is anxiety, stress, and eventually burnout. We need to hear directly from you regarding what’s working and what’s not.

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Waterbury Art Teacher Wins Second Place in National “Get Out the Vote” Postcard Contest

Why is it so important to get out and vote? “We must stand together as educators and continue to advocate for a strong system and better resources all around,” says Waterbury teacher Sabrina Del Negro.

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Safety Tips for Remote Classrooms

Best practices for keeping virtual class meetings safe from Zoombombing attacks.

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