High summer temperatures, like those we’re experiencing with the current heat wave, usually translate to high energy bills. There are ways to stay cool and comfortable this summer, however, while…
If you’re working under an endorsement that is considered a shortage area you may be eligible for benefits such as loan forgiveness and mortgage assistance.
The Supreme Court issued a decision in a case that questioned whether schools can legally punish students for speech on their social media accounts, even outside of school hours and away from school campuses.
The Region 14 Board of Education has voted to rescind their contract with Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph Olzacki after a debacle with vaccine distribution.
With the pandemic exacerbating food insecurity, hundreds of thousands of Connecticut residents have been struggling with hunger; more than 150,000 of them are children. Fortunately, teachers have stepped in to…
Congresswoman Jahana Hayes has introduced legislation to help combat hunger by expanding eligibility to free and reduced-price meals in schools.
During the school year, you’re laser-focused on your students and your work responsibilities. But come summertime, you finally have a chance to focus on you.
Did you know that being a CEA member gives you access to discounts on products and services you use every day as well as special offers on travel and entertainment?…
The new state budget passed by the Connecticut legislature will include funding to assist teachers and other essential workers who contracted COVID-19
Research shows that students benefit from quality summer and extended learning experiences, especially students from low-income communities who typically lack resources to extend their education beyond the school day.