Teachers want all their students to feel seen, valued, and heard—yet it can be hard to know how to begin those conversations about race and cultural identity that can make students feel safe and welcome. That’s why Westport educators led a session on the topic at CEA’s Virtual Summer Conference.
Teachers routinely spend hundreds of dollars of their own money on their students and classrooms. Channel 3 is stepping up to help.
You know better than anyone: There’s never a dull moment in the life of an educator. It’s exciting and rewarding, but it can be a challenge when you need a…
Find out what’s new with regard to teacher evaluation for the coming school year.
Are you considering buying a home? If you’re a first time home buyer, check to see whether you qualify for the Connecticut Teachers Mortgage Assistance Program.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced new recommendations that everyone in K-12 schools—including students and teachers—remain fully masked indoors this fall.
This year’s tournament raised an estimated $20,000 for CEF’s Children’s Fund
Tips for finding rest and relaxation and processing the past school year.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health and State Department of Education have issued updated recommendations for COVID-19 prevention.
During the 2020-21 school year many students were faced with the unfamiliar prospect of remote learning and didn’t know what to expect. Simsbury teacher Agnieszka Petlik had a whole classroom…