“It brings out the best in me when I think of my teachers,” says Alice Lam, a cardiovascular registered nurse. Watch a conversation between Lam and her former physics teacher Kristen Record.
The State Department of Education is working together with Connecticut’s five recognized tribal nations and educators to create a new Native American studies model curriculum that will be available to schools for the 2023-24 school year.
Join the Connecticut Education Foundation, CEA’s charitable arm, as we participate in our first-ever Giving Tuesday and make a positive difference for children right here, where we live.
“In our thirst for accountability, we’ve become micromanagers of a process that can’t be micromanaged,” CEA President Kate Dias told NBC Connecticut’s Mike Hydeck during an appearance on Face the Facts to discuss the findings of a recent survey of CEA members.
As we celebrate Thanksgiving and think about how much we appreciate our educators, CEA President Kate Dias says showing gratitude requires that we listen to teachers.
K-6 teachers can win a free professional basketball clinic for their students, thanks to the Connecticut Sun, a CEA Member Benefits partner.
Explore Native American culture during November or any time during the school year with these lessons, activities, and resources.
Who and what are building reps, local presidents, and UniServ Reps–and how can they help you? Learn about your local union and how it works for you.
NEA’s mental health program, powered by Sanvello, offers tools to help you manage anxiety, stress, and depression at no cost for the first year.
Make your classroom a place where students know they are accepted for who they are and where they are in life.