CEA President Tells Teachers: “If We Engage, We Will Make a Difference”

The many challenges confronting public education on both the state and national level can at times feel overwhelming. CEA President Sheila Cohen told delegates to the CEA Representative Assembly (RA) this weekend that our only hope for our students and our profession is to stand strong together. “Public education is in the crosshairs,” Cohen said. “If…

More County Forums Next Week: Come and Talk to Your Legislators

With a proposed state budget that would divide Connecticut’s school districts into winners and losers and saddle towns with one-third of the cost of their teachers’ pensions, it’s vital that legislators hear loud and clear from CEA members. It’s especially important to speak to your legislators now as some are considering a dangerous plan that…