Help Promote 2020 Census by Becoming a Statistics in Schools Ambassador

Are you interested in shaping the future for your students and community? The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for teachers interested in becoming ambassadors with the U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools program. This program uses Census Bureau statistics to educate students about the importance of a complete and accurate census count. Ideal candidates are…

In Hartford Marathon, Teachers Go the Distance to Help Students, Colleagues

For the sixth straight year, Connecticut teachers came together in Hartford to test their strength and endurance, support one another, and—perhaps, most importantly—make a meaningful contribution to those in the education community who are struggling and striving. More than a dozen early-career and veteran educators from throughout the state ran or volunteered for Team CEF…

Apply for an NEA Foundation Grant to Support PD or Student Success

Teachers frequently need outside funding to purchase classroom resources and to engage in meaningful professional development. The NEA Foundation has grants available to current NEA members to help with both. NEA Foundation Student Success grants support teachers in purchasing resource materials, supplies, equipment, transportation, technology, or scholars-in-residence. The NEA Foundation is currently giving preference to…

NEA-Danbury Members Remind Board That an Investment in Teachers Is an Investment in Danbury’s Children

A sea of #RedforEd greeted Danbury Board of Education members at the Board’s meeting last night where more than 250 Danbury teachers filled the meeting room and spilled into the hallways and outside the building. “We are an investment for this community,” third grade teacher and NEA-Danbury President Erin Daly told Board of Education members.…