Parallel Vaccination Plan will Provide Benefit to Our School Communities

Educators, school staff, superintendents and parents applaud adoption of their proposal for keeping buildings open by prioritizing COVID-19 vaccines Unions representing teachers and support personnel, superintendents and parents today are thanking state officials for prioritizing educators and school staff for vaccinations and adopting their proposed parallel vaccination plan presented last week for Connecticut’s school communities.…

CEA Guidance on Paid Quarantine Leave

The Governor signed Executive Order (“EO”) 10 on February 4, 2021 mirroring Division E, Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (“EPSLA”) of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”). All employees, (full or part time, long-term substitutes, new hires) are eligible for 80 hours of paid leave if they are unable to work for any of…

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Teaching Through Crisis: Stronger Together

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On MLK Day, Rally for a People’s Recovery

Most Connecticut service plaza workers earn less than minimum wage, often with no benefits or sick days, and many have suffered harassment as they organize for better working conditions and a union. Meanwhile, McDonald’s, Subway, Dunkin Donuts, and their Connecticut franchise owners pocket millions in profit and from government support. Join supporters this Monday, January…