Does your school need plants? Want to paint a mural? Could the teachers’ lounge use repainting? Do you have another idea for an exciting project to spruce up your school?
Your voice can make a critical difference in making sure our schools have heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems that keep students and staff healthy.
CEA President Jeff Leake says thank you to teachers for their tremendous efforts this school year.
The Connecticut State Department of Education released interim guidance for remote learning for the 2021-22 school year that ends the mandate to provide a voluntary remote learning option for all students, raises concerns about dual instruction, and stresses that in-person education is best for students.
We are saddened to learn that Phil Sylvestro, a very dedicated and active teacher in Wallingford for 35 years, passed away earlier this month. He was dedicated to his family,…
By now, every educator can tell the story of how the pandemic has upended teaching and learning. Economic gaps and inequities laid bare. The whiplash of school closures and reopenings…
Remember to check out the deals and discounts available from NEA Member Benefits when doing any spring shopping! Here are some highlighted deals and discounts for April.
Federal stimulus funds will be used to reconnect with K-12 students who were absent or disengaged during the 2020-2021 school year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Connecticut’s own 2019 Teacher of the Year Sheena Graham was one of four public school educators from around the country interviewed on CBS This Morning about the ongoing challenges of…
Keep an eye on your mailbox for an important letter asking you to take action to end dual teaching.