At a recent conference, Rekindling Joy in Schools, teachers focused on various aspects of play in the classroom including how play can enhance access to the curriculum for students with 504 plans and IEPs.
You probably know many outstanding teachers who would qualify for the John McCormack CEA Award for Teaching Excellence. Here’s your chance to nominate one of them—or you can even nominate yourself!
CEA and AFT Connecticut leaders underscore their support for Dalio Education’s proposed holistic approach to resolve the statewide crises of disconnected youth outlined in a recent report.
Teachers, families, and community members have sponsored a record 750 plus students through the Connecticut Education Foundation’s Holiday Bear Project this year. Watch how the Wallingford community came together to sponsor gifts for students.
Second-grade teacher Joe Gowac never imagined that his side hustle—nature photography—would put him in the national spotlight. But that’s exactly what happened when his sunset photo of the Arrigoni Bridge was featured on a first-class postage stamp.
CEA earned seven Mercury Awards for excellence in communications from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) for campaigns and materials that elevate CEA members and the teaching profession.
No one knows the challenges of teaching like teachers. Free virtual sessions provide a safe, confidential space for you to share and shed your stress with a counseling professional and your peers.
Learn about your rights as an LGBTQ+ educator and how you can support your LGBTQ+ students.
Shana Luzusky, a West Hartford sixth grade French and Spanish teacher, is one of the thousands of Connecticut educators with a paid and/or volunteer side hustle. Luzusky brings the art of communication into her off-campus pursuits, where she volunteers as an adoption coordinator for a dog rescue.
Wind down 2023 with savings available to you as a CEA member. Check out upcoming sporting events and shows—and even save on your annual membership at several Connecticut museums.