The Hawaii State Teachers Association is compiling a list of teachers affected by the wildfires and sharing their donation pages for those who’d like to help.
CEA is celebrating 175 years of advocating for teachers, and in this episode of CEA’s podcast, Daria Plummer talks about her years as CEA president in the 1990s and about her reflections on CEA’s past, present, and future.
Glastonbury High School science teacher and Connecticut Teacher of the Year finalist Marquis Johnson shares, “The unions that support us are more important than ever.”
Connecticut’s free school meals program will expand in the 2023-2024 school year thanks to $16 million in funding that gives more students access to nutritious breakfast and lunch.
Norwich teachers have been facing a climate of fear and intimidation that has forced many out of the district.
Danbury school counselor Curtis Darragh IV shares, “Being involved in my union has been key to making important social and professional connections and agitating for change in education policy and funding.”
Our new logo is here! CEA has unveiled our new look and mission statement that underscore our strong commitment to advocating for teachers and public education.
Educators standing shoulder to shoulder, hands in the air, signs held aloft: that’s the image that springs to mind (and pops up in Internet searches) when we consider teachers’ unions. Here’s what else unions do.
After losing more than 160 certified staff last school year—48 of them in May and June alone—Norwich educators have taken their case to state legislators, state agency investigators, and the…
The Empowered to Lead Symposium gave teachers opportunities to share new ideas and strategies and learn from other educators representing all grade levels and disciplines.