The value of CEA membership extends far beyond the classroom. CEA members save on some of the hottest shows at venues like The Bushnell in Hartford and Waterbury’s Palace Theater. Whether you’re looking for the mind-blowing magic of The Illusionists, holiday classics or new family favorites like The Nutcracker and American Girl Live, the sultry…
In a statement that has angered Connecticut’s public school educators, Senate Deputy Minority Leader Michael McLachlan has said he would arm teachers.
CEA’s new Member Benefits partner, Tankfarm, buys propane in bulk, saving CEA members up to $1/gallon from top-rated local suppliers.
Jahana Hayes is the keynote at Saturday’s New Teacher Conference. All teachers are invited to attend.
Check out the Election edition of the CEA Advisor, and see how the candidates scored on the first-ever CEA Report Card.
CEA called on GOP Gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski, who held a rally at Pomperaug Regional High School to renounce his proposals that would result in massive cuts to education. These same proposals devastated the schools and economy of Kansas. Read CEA news release.
Despite the rain, dozens of teachers participated in the Eversource Hartford Marathon raising money for the Connecticut Education Foundation. There is still time to donate to Team CEF.
Thanks to CEA’s news release, condemning Steve Baleshiski’s hate speech against a survivor of the Parkland shooting, the republican candidate for State Representative in Berlin has dropped out of the race. Read Hartford Courant story.
NEA Vice President Becky Pringle, CEA President Jeff Leake, and dozens of teachers showed their support for Jahana Hayes by knocking on doors in Danbury. Read the story.
Sheena Graham, a performing arts and choir teacher at Bridgeport’s Harding High School, is Connecticut’s 2019 Teacher of the Year. Read about this exemplary educator on blogcea.org. Read the news release.