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…
The Connecticut State Department of Education is in the process of creating new guidelines for teacher evaluation. If approved by Connecticut’s State Board of Education, these new guidelines are scheduled…
Governor Lamont has suggested he may be open to dropping masks in schools, but educators say it’s too soon.
The CEA Awards Program honors excellence in education and recognizes those who make significant contributions to the betterment of public education. CEA is now accepting nominations for awards.
CEA recently sent letters to all members of Connecticut’s Congressional Delegation asking for help in securing federal funds to help school districts update and repair outdated HVAC systems as well as install air conditioning.
In Episode 4 of CEA’s Podcast, Two T’s in a Pod, NEA-Danbury President Erin Daly talks with CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey about the realities students and teachers face when their schools receive significantly less funding than those in nearby districts.
Join the Copper Beech Institute, CEA’s newest Member Benefits partner, for a free online meditation challenge, February 1-14. Take part in live and/or recorded meditations every day for two full weeks.
Last year legislators passed a law allowing high schools to offer remote learning to students starting July 1, 2022, if they so choose, and a state task force is currently charged with developing standards for remote learning as well as reviewing the feasibility of creating a K-12 statewide remote learning school.
Check out a selection of lesson plans that cover a variety of subjects and that can be adapted to fit multiple grade levels.