Educators from every corner of the state came together at CEA’s first-ever teacher tailgate party this weekend at UConn football’s homecoming game. More than 100 teachers, friends, and family members enjoyed breakfast, music, a fan photo booth, and games of KanJam, cornhole, and ladder golf. “Teachers do so much, and we’re happy to support them,”…
One of the best things you can do for yourself as an early-career educator is make time to socialize and learn from other new teachers. Enjoy free food, networking, and more at a CEA Early-Career Educator Social near you.
Connecticut schools are among the best in the nation, according to yet another national poll. Read more.
Join your colleagues before the UConn Huskies’ homecoming game on Oct. 19 for some fun, food, and festivities at the CEA Teacher Tailgate Tent. The tailgate tent opens at 9am and is free, but you must register. If you need tickets to the noon game, visit our member benefits page and use code CEA for discounted seats.
Your priorities are our priorities, and we want to hear what matters most to you, your students, and your profession. Your answers will help us establish teachers’ priorities for the upcoming legislative session. Take the CEA State Legislative Policy Survey.
From minority teacher recruitment to school funding and challenges facing education today, hear the priorities of new Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona. Listen to the WSHU Radio interview.
That’s the question new Department of Children and Families Commissioner Vannessa Dorantes posed to teachers during CEA’s Q&A meeting with DCF officials Monday night. The commissioner and her staff listened and responded to teachers’ concerns on a host of topics, including mandated reporting issues, over-reporting by administrators, retaliatory reports against teachers, seatbelt reporting, increased DCF investigations, and more. Read about this important topic on blogcea.org or watch the video of the meeting.