The turnout of teachers and school staff for yesterday’s statewide Blackout for Safe Schools was inspiring, and the media paid attention.
Thousands of teachers and school staff took part in the blackout organized by CEA and other members of the Coalition of Board of Education Employee Unions to draw attention to the need for more safety protocols in schools.
Board of Education Union Coalition’s poll results back up recent call for more stringent protocols.
CEA President Kate Dias appeared on Eyewitness News 3’s CT’22 and NBC Connecticut’s Face the Facts yesterday morning discussing how the recent COVID surge is impacting schools and what needs…
Join us and wear black to school to bring attention to the fact that our schools are not as safe as they should be.
Please take a few minutes to complete a survey, and share what you are seeing in your school so that we can make schools safer for students and staff.
One year ago today the U.S. Capitol suffered the most severe attack it has faced since the War of 1812, when the British burned Washington, D.C. Thankfully, our democracy and institutions have persevered, but unfortunately, the attacks on our democracy haven’t stopped.
Help students put in perspective Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, his impact on the Civil Rights Movement, and his significance to American culture and history.
CEA, School Employee Unions Call for Nine-Point Plan to Keep Schools Safe; State Says Supplies on the Way
The Coalition reconfirmed its message that protocols need to be in place for schools to remain open safely.
If you contracted COVID-19 and experienced financial hardship due to lost wages or out-of-pocket medical expenses, you may be eligible to receive reimbursement.