Governor Ned Lamont announced that he would like the state’s mask mandate in K-12 public schools to extend past September 30, when his executive order is set to expire.
Anyone who’s new to a school remembers that mix of new-chapter excitement and first-day jitters. The same goes for teachers. That’s why leaders of the Darien Education Association pulled on their bright blue DEA T-shirts, grabbed a stack of Dunkin’ Donuts gift cards to hand out, and invited every new teacher in their district to…
In a press conference this afternoon, Governor Ned Lamont said the vaccine mandate for teachers takes effect September 27.
This morning, members of the Connecticut State Board of Education voted unanimously to recommend Charlene Russell-Tucker as Connecticut’s new education commissioner.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced new recommendations that everyone in K-12 schools—including students and teachers—remain fully masked indoors this fall.
This year’s tournament raised an estimated $20,000 for CEF’s Children’s Fund
The Connecticut Department of Public Health and State Department of Education have issued updated recommendations for COVID-19 prevention.
With the pandemic exacerbating food insecurity, hundreds of thousands of Connecticut residents have been struggling with hunger; more than 150,000 of them are children. Fortunately, teachers have stepped in to help.
The new state budget passed by the Connecticut legislature will include funding to assist teachers and other essential workers who contracted COVID-19
Hundreds of educators, parents, lawmakers, healthcare professionals, and others marched on the governor’s residence this weekend to demand a budget that provides the funding Connecticut’s children, families, communities, and working people deserve.