Keep an eye on your mailbox for an important letter asking you to take action to end dual teaching.
Nearly half of all children and adolescents in the U.S. have experienced at least one type of childhood trauma. About one in every four will witness or experience a traumatic event before their fourth birthday. These are sobering statistics, made even worse by the collective trauma of the COVID pandemic. CEA’s Ethnic Minority Affairs Commission…
Pandemic learning has tried educators and students as never before, but teachers are finding this year has also taught them lessons they’ll use going forward.
A Glastonbury educator challenged the idea of “gains” when the state and towns cut education budgets during a meeting with his state representative.
Watch to find out why Danbury bilingual educator Luanelly Iglesias is speaking up for her students—and learn how you can join her.
CEA members call the CEA Legal Department’s Teachers and the Law workshop “helpful” and “eye-opening,” and especially now during the pandemic it’s critical for you to know your rights and responsibilities.
Connecticut’s efforts to recruit and retain more educators of color are making progress thanks to a national program that’s now expanding to 14 school districts around Connecticut.
This Earth Day, Thursday, April 22, use these resources to overcome the challenges of teaching climate change and help students understand it is an issue of interest not only to scientists.
What would it mean to your school community if your school was fully funded? That’s the question educators who attended a Monday CEA Recovery for All meeting were asked to answer.
During the pandemic, arts are playing an even more critical role in helping children express themselves, connect with each other, process stress, and stay engaged in their virtual/hybrid/socially distanced learning environment.