The National Education Association has released new polling that highlights voters’ true priorities when it comes to schools and education as we head in to the 2024 election cycle.
Two Connecticut students this year have been awarded Racially and Ethnically Diverse Educators Scholarships from the Connecticut Education Foundation to help them pursue teaching careers.
Teachers routinely spend hundreds of dollars of their own money on their students and classrooms, and Channel 3 Eyewitness News is stepping up to help again this year.
Within the next two weeks, Connecticut schools will be filled with students once again, and as educators prepare to welcome them, Commissioner of Education Charlene Russell-Tucker welcomed superintendents to the new year at a back-to-school event at Berlin High School today.
Unions mean workplace protections, collective bargaining, power in numbers, and more. Westhill High School English teacher Kate Tobin shares what being part of a union means to her.
“Connecticut is suffering from a desperate teacher shortage,” said Senator Richard Blumenthal. “The people of Connecticut should be deeply disturbed, alarmed, and angry that we have that teacher shortage here when we have the power to avoid it.”
The Hawaii State Teachers Association is compiling a list of teachers affected by the wildfires and sharing their donation pages for those who’d like to help.
CEA is celebrating 175 years of advocating for teachers, and in this episode of CEA’s podcast, Daria Plummer talks about her years as CEA president in the 1990s and about her reflections on CEA’s past, present, and future.
Glastonbury High School science teacher and Connecticut Teacher of the Year finalist Marquis Johnson shares, “The unions that support us are more important than ever.”
Norwich teachers have been facing a climate of fear and intimidation that has forced many out of the district.