Although it was after ten o’clock last night by the time the legislature’s Education Committee heard public testimony on a bill to help ensure classroom safety and address student assaults, CEA members and staff made sure they were present to testify so that legislators could hear their stories. “I am here today to tell you that there…
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Attend a free CEA member program this weekend and get information about dealing with difficult behaviors and how to prevent and respond to assaults by students.
Thousands of teachers in dozens of locals participated in Walk-Ins For Safe Schools yesterday.
Read the story about statewide events.
Join your colleagues and spur congressional action to keep our schools safe and end the epidemic of school violence. Ride free CEA buses from across the state to the Hartford march on March 24. Registration is required. Family and friends of CEA members are also welcome to ride the bus. Don’t wait. Space is limited.
“I was kicked, scratched, and knocked down by a student. The next day, he was back in my classroom with no consequences for his assault.” This is just one of many stories teachers are sharing with CEA and legislators to help protect educators from student attacks in the classroom. Join the campaign to keep teachers…
Take action now and tell legislators to repeal the increase in the teacher payroll tax. A public hearing is being held tomorrow. Submit testimony or plan to attend in person.
Tell legislators why this increase is unfair to teachers and must be repealed .