Despite the state’s teacher shortage, school budget battles mean that some educators have nevertheless received reduction in force (RIF) notices letting them know that their positions have not been renewed for the next school year.
With at least 1,300 educator vacancies statewide, Governor Lamont announced Connecticut is using federal funding to make new investments to address educator shortages in Connecticut.
“Today I feel empowered, and we need to help other teachers feel empowered too,” Danbury teacher Luanelly Iglesias told fellow educators at CEA’s Summit on Diversity, a half-day event co-sponsored by CEA and NEA and hosted by CEA’s Ethnically Diverse Educators Commission.
Nearly 400 delegates representing 160 districts around the state came together for the 2023 CEA Representative Assembly.
Nearly 400 teachers from around the state will gather this evening for the opening of the 175th Representative Assembly (RA)—CEA’s highest policy-making body. What began with 80 teachers in 1848…
This Teacher Appreciation Week, CEA staff are sharing their own Because of a Teacher stories and offering up memories of the teachers who helped them get where they are today. Watch the videos.
Despite two hours of impassioned pleas from community members unanimously in support of reversing cuts to the education budget the East Hampton Town Council voted to moved forward with those cuts.
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!