K-6 teachers can win a free professional basketball clinic for their students, thanks to the Connecticut Sun, a CEA Member Benefits partner.
Explore Native American culture during November or any time during the school year with these lessons, activities, and resources.
Teachers from more than 160 school districts across the state took the stage at The Bushnell yesterday in an event celebrating the importance of their profession and all its shining…
Congressman John Larson has a bill before Congress that would repeal GPO and WEP, provisions that reduce or entirely eliminate Social Security benefits for teachers. Listen to Larson and Preston local President Susan Strader discuss how Larson’s bill will help teachers on the latest episode of CEA’s podcast.
CEA members turned out in big ways for education friendly candidates this fall. From door knocking and phone banking to texting, writing post cards, attending rallies, and poll standing, their…
American Education Week presents everyone with an opportunity to celebrate public education and honor the individuals who are making a difference in students’ lives. Here in Connecticut, people from a variety of occupations are sharing what they have achieved because of a teacher.
Do you enjoy presenting? Would you like to help support our newer teachers? The CEA Membership Training and Conference Committee is looking to expand the sessions available to members attending…
Veterans’ Day is tomorrow, and teachers in schools across Connecticut have been recognizing the contributions of military veterans with their students.
As the weather turns colder and you think about the upcoming festive season, consider brightening a child’s holiday by contributing to the Connecticut Education Foundation’s (CEF) Holiday Bear program.
Polls are open today from 6am to 8pm, get out and vote!