In this week’s episode of Two T’s in a Pod, CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey are back with author Alexandra Robbins for part 2 of their interview with her about her new book, The Teachers.
While this week is an opportunity to thank teachers for all that you do, we need to address the issues facing teachers year round—because educators’ teaching conditions are students’ learning conditions.
This week, enjoy some awesome perks just for being a CEA member—from discounts on theater tickets and a book to free coffee Friday!
Channel 3 is kicking off teacher appreciation week this Sunday at 8:30 a.m. with an interview with two CEA members. Tune in Sunday morning to CT ’23 to hear from Bloomfield teacher and local association president Gail Jorden and Manchester teacher Katie Grant.
This Sunday at 1:30p.m., tune into the National Town Hall Event, “Honoring Teachers’ Voices,” that NEA is hosting in partnership with the National PTA.
In the most recent episode of CEA’s podcast, CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey talk with author Alexandra Robbins about her new book where she follows three teachers to tell their stories as they navigate a year in the classroom.
The Connecticut Education Foundation, CEA’s charitable arm, is hosting its annual July golf tournament to benefit Connecticut children in need, and all CEA members are invited to participate.
Join teachers across the state for a conference at Sacred Heart University on May 23 on re-centering joy, empathy, and belonging as foundations for teaching and learning.
CEA’s Day of Action was a tremendous success because so many of you showed up—both at the Capitol and in your schools—for our students and our profession.
The hallways of the State Capitol are filled with red shirts today as educators turn out for CEA’s #RedforEd Fix the Crisis Day of Action. Those who can’t make it to Hartford are sporting their #RedforEd in schools around the state.