This February, whether you’re looking for deals on tax preparation, meal kits, magazines, or end-of-model-year vehicles remember to check out the savings available to you from NEA Member Benefits. Take a look at this month’s highlighted offers.
As the U.S. Congress works to finalize a fiscal year 2022 omnibus spending bill, CEA members have joined their NEA colleagues from around the country in lobbying members of Congress…
The Connecticut State Senate joined the House in voting to leave masking decisions up to local districts as of February 28.
When school counselors, social workers, psychologists, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and special education teachers working in our schools have too many children on their caseloads, those children miss out on receiving the supports they need to grow and thrive. Listen to CEA’s latest podcast episode to find out how high case loads negatively effect students.
Connecticut’s 2021 School Counselor of the Year Curtis Darragh discusses why it’s so important for every student to have access to a school counselor. Additional mental health supports in schools are one of CEA’s top priorities this legislative session.
Governor Lamont kicked off day one of the legislative session with his annual State of the State Address, in which he acknowledged the hard work of teachers throughout the pandemic.
CEA President Shares Results of Teacher Survey on Masking in Schools with Legislators, Urges Following the Science
CEA President Kate Dias shared the survey results with lawmakers during a legislative public hearing.
Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is recommending the legislature leave the state’s mask mandate for schools in place until February 28, and after that point hand the decision…
Governor Lamont’s current mask mandate for schools expires February 15, and CEA wants to know where members stand on the issue.
A new survey by the National Education Association of members’ opinions on key issues facing public education during the pandemic shows that the massive staff shortages in public schools are…