All Connecticut teachers who have ever earned Social Security benefits are denied most (if not all) of those benefits due to WEP/GPO. Take action this week to urge Congress to repeal these outdated and hurtful policies.
Join us for CEA’s Early Career Educator Conference, an event for new and aspiring educators that facilitates conversations and offers training to help you grow as a professional, connect with colleagues around the state, and learn from veteran teachers along the way.
Check out lesson plans, activities, videos, background resources, and more for teaching Black History Month in your classroom.
The state of Connecticut is making $4 million in federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) dollars available to fund teachers’ classroom projects through DonorsChoose, and applications are now open for teachers to submit projects and apply.
Statement from CEA President Kate Dias on Governor’s Proposal to Eliminate Teacher Licensure Application Fees
We are pleased that one of Governor Ned Lamont’s first budget recommendations for fiscal year 2025 is the elimination of the initial teacher licensure application fee, which costs our state’s aspiring educators roughly $1 million each year.
A day ahead of the superintendent’s scheduled presentation about their school budget, hundreds of Stamford educators organized walk-ins throughout the district in a show of solidarity with each other and their students.
CEA provides members with full legal protection in employment related matters, but at one time or another, each of us needs legal counsel on personal matters that are important to us and our families.
Come out for an evening of cornhole and a chance to bag some great prizes on Saturday, March 9! Prizes will be awarded to winners, runners up, and teams with the best names—so get creative and get your game on.
When E.O. Smith High School history teacher Joe Goldman was asked to work on a specialized course on genocide studies, in addition to feeling honored, he recalls immediately feeling the gravity of the assignment.
CEA’s insurance specialist offers tips for how you can use your health savings account to its fullest potential and avoid costly errors. Make sure you know what qualified expenses are, the benefits of contributing as much as you can, and why you should consider investing.