President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden joined the NEA Representative Assembly (RA) Friday to thank teachers for their dedication to their profession and stress the importance of investing in public education.
CEA delegates to the NEA Representative Assembly found voting rights activist Stacey Abrams’ remarks to be timely as we head into the July 4th holiday weekend and celebrate our democracy.
Nearly 100 Connecticut teachers are joining their colleagues from around the country this week for the National Education Association’s Representative Assembly.
Three Connecticut educators will be featured on Channel 3 this Friday on the 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00 evening news sharing their experiences from the past school year and their hopes for 2021-22.
High summer temperatures, like those we’re experiencing with the current heat wave, usually translate to high energy bills. There are ways to stay cool and comfortable this summer, however, while also saving money.
If you’re working under an endorsement that is considered a shortage area you may be eligible for benefits such as loan forgiveness and mortgage assistance.
The Supreme Court issued a decision in a case that questioned whether schools can legally punish students for speech on their social media accounts, even outside of school hours and away from school campuses.
The Region 14 Board of Education has voted to rescind their contract with Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph Olzacki after a debacle with vaccine distribution.
Congresswoman Jahana Hayes has introduced legislation to help combat hunger by expanding eligibility to free and reduced-price meals in schools.
During the school year, you’re laser-focused on your students and your work responsibilities. But come summertime, you finally have a chance to focus on you.