Dozens of teachers, along with students, parents, policymakers, and community stakeholders, participated in a virtual symposium to explore topics such as special education, social emotional learning, engaging parents and other caregivers, technology, and the future of distance learning.
By donating to the CEF Holiday Bear Project, you can brighten the holidays for a child who would otherwise go without gifts this year.
Sign the petition now and let the governor and education commissioner know you support keeping students, teachers, and school staff safe.
Help redefine the future of public education by joining us December 2 from 4-6pm for a virtual community symposium.
This Thanksgiving teachers deserve our utmost thanks for all you are doing to educate Connecticut children during the pandemic.
A day after Stratford teachers held a rally to protest against a plan that would have had students back in school four days a week for in-person learning, the district is changing course and going all remote through December 4, with a plan to return to a hybrid model after that point.
Board of Ed Rescinds Resignation Request in Victory for Valley Regional-Old Lyme Coach and Community
After an outpouring of community support, the Region 4 School District is rescinding a resignation request it made recently of beloved teacher and coach Tim King.
Stratford teachers came out in force to demonstrate against a plan that would have students back in school four days a week for in-person learning, even as COVID cases are on the rise.
As COVID-19 Cases Spike, Education Community Urges State to Shift to All Remote Learning Unless Stronger Protections Are in Place
The Safe and Successful Schools Now report outlines immediate steps necessary to keep students, educators, staff, and communities safe.
Be part of the discussion and help redefine the future of public education by attending the December 2nd virtual community symposium.