Join a group of teachers as we read the book Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators and complete accompanying exercises—all materials will be provided free of charge.
Connecticut needs to be a place where all residents can thrive, which is why teachers, students, parents, community members, religious leaders, and labor organizations are holding a rally this Thursday…
Speak up in support of increased education funding for students this Monday during a legislative hearing.
Essential workers have been busy on the frontlines keeping Connecticut running throughout the pandemic, yet when they’ve contracted COVID-19 on the job, they’ve frequently failed to receive the workers’ compensation…
The American Rescue Plan includes more than $120 billion in aid for K-12 schools and will cut in half the number of children living below the poverty line.
CEA and educators spoke out in support of many provisions of House Bill 6557 An Act Concerning Social Emotional Learning during a hearing of the legislature’s Education Committee.
Even in Connecticut, the forces that have worked to undermine unions in other parts of the country are at work. State legislators are debating a new law that would provide much-needed support for unions.
Governor Lamont has named Charlene Russell-Tucker as Connecticut’s Acting Commissioner of Education after Miguel Cardona was sworn in as U.S. Secretary of Education earlier this week.
The feeling of relief and excitement was palpable for educators who received their COVID vaccine at Windsor High School.
On Miguel Cardona’s first full day as U.S. Secretary of Education the former educator was back in his hometown, welcoming Dr. Jill Biden to a Meriden elementary school.