During this American Education Week 2020, whether teaching remotely, in-person, or following a hybrid model, educators are working harder than ever for their students.
Explore Native American culture this November with these lessons, activities, and resources.
A coalition of unions representing public education employees issued a response to state guidance regarding local school building COVID-19-related closures.
Connecticut has limited indoor and outdoor gatherings to 10 people or fewer to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and also requires those who travel to many other states to quarantine or provide the results of a negative COVID test upon their return.
Facing steadily rising numbers of COVID-19 cases and crippling shortages in school staffing the Hamden Board of Education heard from concerned educators supporting a proposal to shift to full distance learning between the Thanksgiving holiday and January 19.
California Casualty, an endorsed NEA Auto and Home Insurance provider, offers grants to support music and arts teachers and their students. Find out how to apply.
If your district adopted the flexible educator evaluation option, it is important to understand how this will impact you.
NEA President Becky Pringle on the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
As we wait for the democratic process to play out and all votes to be counted in the presidential election, here in Connecticut we are celebrating the win of public…
Middletown Public Schools is the first district in the state to offer free, rapid COVID-19 testing for students and staff. Governor Lamont today said he hopes other districts will also…