Watch videos in which Connecticut public school graduates talk with their former teachers about how those teachers have shaped them into the people they are today.
In a victory for public school students, East Hampton teachers’ efforts paid off yesterday when voters turned out on a hot July day to pass the education budget.
Hear what aspiring and early career educators have to say about their challenges, their hopes for the profession, and concrete ways to curb the teacher shortage.
The popular state program Connecticut Summer at the Museum has returned for summer 2023, enabling Connecticut children plus one accompanying adult to receive free admission at more than 120 museums and attractions across the state during the summer months.
Connecticut’s delegation to the 2023 NEA Representative Assembly deliberated and voted on new business items to strengthen the organization and its support of public education.
Connecticut educators join NEA’s Freedom to Learn rally, rising up against attempts to ban books, silence teachers, and interfere with students’ learning.
In powerful speeches heard by thousands of educators at the NEA Representative Assembly on July 4, the nation’s top public education advocates pledged their continued support for teachers. U.S. Secretary…
CEA’s Aspiring Educators work hard every day as they study to become teachers and learn about their profession and their union. At the NEA Aspiring Educators annual awards celebration in…
Ninety CEA members have joined nearly 6,000 educators from around the nation in Orlando, Florida this week for the 2023 National Education Association Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly (RA).
Supreme Court Overturns Biden Debt Relief, but Student Loan Forgiveness Programs for Teachers Still in Effect
Although the Supreme Court today struck down President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan, that decision has no bearing on teachers’ eligibility for Public Service Loan Forgiveness, nor does it in any way impact the Income Driven Repayment Adjustment opportunity.