Dual teaching—providing simultaneous instruction to in-person and remote students—was used as an emergency tool early in the COVID pandemic, but it results in a poor learning experience for students and…
Attend CEA’s Negotiations Conference to learn new strategies for bargaining, engaging your members, and prioritizing their needs. Get the training you need to improve your bargaining outcomes.
Save on home organization products, outdoor furniture, and more with this month’s highlighted deals from NEA Member Benefits.
Classroom and community resources to help make poetry accessible to all.
Danbury schools are facing a number of challenges, but on CEA’s latest podcast episode Senator Kushner said there’s also reason for hope thanks to the fantastic school community and a proposal for a new career academy.
With just four weeks left in the legislative session, CEA continues to push hard for some big changes that impact educators and students—indoor air quality standards, more mental health professionals,…
39,000 Connecticut children suffer from major depression. 24,000 of those children are not getting the help they need. Those are just some of the startling statistics and stories Connecticut educators, students, families, and supporters are sharing through CEA’s What You Don’t See campaign.
Join CEA leaders and county directors for a virtual business meeting on either April 5 or April 25. Hear from colleagues running for CEA and NEA offices in May, and get a first glimpse of the issues on the agenda at the annual CEA Representative Assembly.
As mandated reporters, Connecticut teachers must be alert to signs of potential child abuse or neglect. Watch a short presentation from CEA Legal covering what you need to know about DCF reporting.
Bridgeport teachers are hardworking and dedicated but face a myriad of challenges including severe staff shortages, a lack of resources, and insufficient support. During a recent visit to three Bridgeport…