Are you considering buying a home? If you’re a first time home buyer, check to see whether you qualify for the Connecticut Teachers Mortgage Assistance Program.
Tips for finding rest and relaxation and processing the past school year.
During the 2020-21 school year many students were faced with the unfamiliar prospect of remote learning and didn’t know what to expect. Simsbury teacher Agnieszka Petlik had a whole classroom of remote first graders, and their experiences and those of students like them prompted her to write the book Follow Me to Distance Learning.
Want to get away—right now? Use these tips from NEA Member Benefits to plan the perfect summer adventure at a budget-friendly price.
The CEA Summer Experience is less than two weeks away, but it’s not the only upcoming opportunity for Connecticut teachers to gain new skills and hone their craft. CEA offers professional development opportunities to members year round, and the Connecticut State Department of Education is also offering summer learning activities for teachers.
Every student should be able to learn in a safe, modern learning environment. Tell Congress to support $130 billion to update and upgrade our nation’s public school buildings. ›
Teachers frequently need outside funding to purchase classroom resources and to engage in meaningful professional development. The NEA Foundation has grants available to current NEA members to help with both.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued guidance for schools that supports in-person learning, urges vaccination for all who are eligible, and recommends masking for everyone over the age of two.
The fundraiser that was to take place Monday, July 12, at Glastonbury Hills Country Club has been postponed until July 26 due to road closures and flooding on the course.
CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey look forward to working with CEA members across the state to advance the teaching profession.