The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued guidance for schools that supports in-person learning, urges vaccination for all who are eligible, and recommends masking for everyone over the age of two.
CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey look forward to working with CEA members across the state to advance the teaching profession.
CEA’s virtual learning experience is coming up fast! You still have time to register, but don’t wait too long. Some sessions are filling up fast.
This summer your NEA membership gives you discounts on camping equipment, sportswear, magazines, new and used cars, and much more. Check out all the deals and discounts available to you…
Statement from CEA President Jeff Leake and AFT Connecticut President Jan Hochadel on Academic and Educational Integrity
We affirm our commitment to the values of academic integrity and honesty that have been the hallmarks of American education for decades.
Summer is here, and so is your latest CEA Advisor (available online only). Read the latest about your union, your colleagues, and your profession.
Now through September you can choose two consecutive months to skip your insurance payments. And for a limited time, you can receive a $25 gift card for completing an auto quote.
The CDC has released new guidance for schools this fall that calls for continued masking, cohorting, and physical distancing when feasible for unvaccinated students and staff.
Thanks to funding from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan, children 18 and younger plus one accompanying adult can visit more than 90 museums around Connecticut for free now through September 6.
As they worked to set the agenda for the nation’s largest labor union, delegates to the NEA Representative Assembly, including nearly 100 CEA members, considered and debated amendments to the…