When Darien schools opened in the fall, the district assured families and staff that it would be guided by health and safety metrics, but Darien teachers say the district has departed from that path.
Join a special webinar discussion with Dr. Anthony Fauci about the current state of the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on public education this Thursday, January 28 from 6 – 7:00 p.m.
Learn more about your loan repayment and forgiveness options and how to manage your loans more effectively by registering for CEA’s free Degrees Not Debt webinar this Thursday.
Check out resources available from NEA to help you integrate Black History Month into your classroom.
As promised, on his first day in office President Joe Biden extended the moratorium on federal student loan payments to September 30, 2021. Learn more about your repayment options and how to manage your loans more effectively by registering for one of CEA’s free Degrees Not Debt webinars next Tuesday or Thursday.
“Over and over, I made a promise to you that when Joe was elected president you’d always have a seat at the table, and I meant it,” First Lady Dr. Jill Biden told teachers.
“This is America’s day. This is democracy’s day, a day of history and hope, of renewal and resolve,” President Joe Biden said in his inaugural address.
Governor Lamont today announced that teachers and other frontline workers will likely be able to schedule vaccinations in late February or early March along with other frontline workers and individuals with underlying medical conditions.
Department of Public Health Commissioner Deidre Gifford said that the state will transition quickly to vaccinating group 1B as soon as vaccine appointments begin to open up.
Statement from CEA President Jeff Leake and AFT Connecticut President Jan Hochadel on Phase 1B COVID-19 Vaccination Distribution Plan
The prompt vaccination of educators and school staff is critical to ensuring the safety of our school communities and expediting full in-person teaching and learning in Connecticut’s schools.