Federal provisions unfairly penalize millions of teachers and their families by reducing or eliminating their Social Security benefits. Come to a free CEA webinar to learn more and find out how you can help get long-overdue legislation passed to improve financial security for millions of teachers.
Check out the new educator evaluation guidelines as well as CEA’s implementation guide.
Join your colleagues at the Mohegan Sun Arena this Sunday, September 17, to watch the CT Sun in a playoff game against the Minnesota Lynx.
Until December 31, borrowers may be able to receive retroactive credit toward Public Service Loan Forgiveness. Attend a CEA webinar to learn more.
The Connecticut Office of Early Childhood is hosting a series of public sharing sessions to inform the community and seek input on the work to date of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Child Care.
In a show of solidarity and celebration, CEA members kicked off a new school year of Pride this Saturday in Hartford.
Teacher certification in Connecticut hasn’t seen major changes since the 1990s, but that’s about to change. The Connecticut State Department of Education has convened a group of stakeholders to redesign…
Summer temps may be back this week, but preparation for the winter holidays is already underway. The CEF Holiday Bear gift-giving project brings CEA members and communities together to brighten the holidays for hundreds of children and teens in need.
Wear your blue and white and show your UConn Husky spirit at CEA’s Teacher Tailgate Tent on Saturday, October 21, at Rentschler Field.
This Election Day, come together with educators from across the state to explore innovative classroom strategies that foster joy, empathy, and belonging at all grade levels.