The Biden Administration has extended federal student loan forbearance until January 31, 2022. Find out what that means for you, especially if you’re a Public Service Loan Forgiveness candidate.
At Back-to-School Meeting Superintendents Look to Year Ahead, Learn Science of Difficult Conversations
After a hiatus last year due to the pandemic, the State Department of Education again hosted its annual back-to-school meeting for superintendents, SDE staff, and other education stakeholders.
CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey joined Channel 3’s Mark Zinni to talk about the return to school from the teachers’ perspective.
From murals and shiny new bulletin boards to power-washed exteriors and flowerbeds, schools around Connecticut will be more welcoming for students and staff this fall, thanks to grants from CEA.
This August check out the highlighted offers from NEA Member Benefits to save big on everything from school supplies to clothing to new and used cars.
Teachers interested in getting the most out of their CEA membership participated in a 90-minute Member Benefits session that helped kick off day one of CEA’s annual summer conference, held virtually this year.
Teachers want all their students to feel seen, valued, and heard—yet it can be hard to know how to begin those conversations about race and cultural identity that can make students feel safe and welcome. That’s why Westport educators led a session on the topic at CEA’s Virtual Summer Conference.
Teachers routinely spend hundreds of dollars of their own money on their students and classrooms. Channel 3 is stepping up to help.
You know better than anyone: There’s never a dull moment in the life of an educator. It’s exciting and rewarding, but it can be a challenge when you need a minute to sort out the tough stuff—like finances. Luckily, you don’t need to put life on pause to get a handle on your budget. Your…
Find out what’s new with regard to teacher evaluation for the coming school year.