Learn about your rights as an LGBTQ+ educator and how you can support your LGBTQ+ students.
Shana Luzusky, a West Hartford sixth grade French and Spanish teacher, is one of the thousands of Connecticut educators with a paid and/or volunteer side hustle. Luzusky brings the art of communication into her off-campus pursuits, where she volunteers as an adoption coordinator for a dog rescue.
Wind down 2023 with savings available to you as a CEA member. Check out upcoming sporting events and shows—and even save on your annual membership at several Connecticut museums.
Looking for an affordable and flexible cell phone service plan for you and your family? The NEA Wireless Program is a new NEA Member Benefits program offered in partnership with Consumer Cellular.
Contact members of Congress’ Ways and Means Committee to advance legislation that would repeal WEP/GPO—federal provisions that reduce or eliminate teachers’ earned Social Security benefits.
In this episode of CEA’s podcast, Avon Education Association President Jon Moss shares how his district is coming together to sponsor a record 110 students this year and talks with Kate and Joslyn about how CEA members across the state can help make Holiday Bear a success.
The Connecticut Outdoor and Environmental Education Association’s 2023 annual conference is taking place Saturday, December 9, at Common Ground High School in New Haven, and registration is free for a limited number of CEA members.
Join the Connecticut Education Foundation as we participate in GivingTuesday and make a positive difference for children right here, where we live.
CEA aspiring educators gathered at Derby High School and Montville’s Murphy Elementary for a day of camaraderie and service work aimed at uplifting teachers and students and enriching their teaching and learning environment.
Your work makes a difference. We couldn’t be more thankful for all you do and for the privilege of representing you.