Manchester teacher Kate Dias and Darien teacher Joslyn DeLancey will serve as CEA president and vice president.
As a member of a CEA commission or committee, you can share your ideas, work with other members from around the state, and help shape the Association for years to come.
CEA Member Benefits partner Cambridge Credit Counseling offers tips to help you stay on track as student loan payments resume in October.
Connecticut educators can be proud of the successes they’ve achieved for their students and communities.
Just four years ago Farmington voters resoundingly defeated a proposal for a new high school, but thanks to the advocacy of educators, students, and parents, last week the town voted…
Even though the budget the Connecticut General Assembly is expected to pass before the close of the legislative session tomorrow does not include many of the investments they’d been advocating…
School Closings Due to Heatwave Underscore Need to Use Federal Funds for Air Conditioning and Improving Indoor Air Quality
With federal funding available, the state must act to improve indoor air quality.
CEA recognized Congresswoman DeLauro for her dedication to improving the lives of Connecticut’s children and her decades-long crusade to end child poverty.
As June 9 approaches and the end of the legislative session nears, members of the Recovery for All coalition—which includes CEA—gathered at the State Capitol and Legislative Office Building to…
Thanks to CEA’s continued advocacy and close collaboration with other stakeholder groups, the Connecticut State Department of Education has allowed greater flexibility in teacher evaluations for the 2021-2022 school year.