Join the Copper Beech Institute, CEA’s newest Member Benefits partner, for a free online meditation challenge, February 1-14. Take part in live and/or recorded meditations every day for two full weeks.
Last year legislators passed a law allowing high schools to offer remote learning to students starting July 1, 2022, if they so choose, and a state task force is currently charged with developing standards for remote learning as well as reviewing the feasibility of creating a K-12 statewide remote learning school.
Check out a selection of lesson plans that cover a variety of subjects and that can be adapted to fit multiple grade levels.
California Casualty, the provider of the NEA Auto and Home insurance program, wants to help you destress and unwind with $10,000 to spend your way.
Every home in the United States is now eligible to order four free, at-home COVID-19 tests. The tests are completely free—there are no shipping costs, and orders will usually ship…
Join us February 28, virtually or at the Sheraton in Rocky Hill, to hear from a panel of your peers and experts on the realities of teaching in an often polarized era.
With changing safety protocols and schools in the news daily, there’s a lot to keep up on in 2022. That’s why we’ve launched the CEAdaily.
Whether you’re looking to eat healthier meals, exercise, or travel more in 2022 (COVID permitting), NEA Member Benefits has you covered. Check out all the special deals and discounts available…
The turnout of teachers and school staff for yesterday’s statewide Blackout for Safe Schools was inspiring, and the media paid attention.
Thousands of teachers and school staff took part in the blackout organized by CEA and other members of the Coalition of Board of Education Employee Unions to draw attention to the need for more safety protocols in schools.