The dramatic rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Connecticut has prompted a growing number of public school superintendents to prioritize the safety of students, teachers, and staff by…
A new survey of more than 4,000 educators clearly shows that in the midst of a pandemic, schools are not the safest place for children or educators.
Statement from CEA President Jeff Leake on the Nomination of Miguel A. Cardona as U.S. Secretary of Education
In nominating Miguel Cardona as U.S. Secretary of Education,
Report outlines immediate steps necessary to keep students, educators, staff and communities safe.
A coalition of unions representing public education employees issued a response to state guidance regarding local school building COVID-19-related closures.
From the outset, CEA has been advocating for testing to ensure the health and safety of students, teachers, and their families.
Connecticut Congresswoman Jahana Hayes is introducing the Save Education Jobs Act that will save almost 4 million jobs, spur economic growth, and help to mitigate the impact of students’ learning loss as a result of the pandemic.
New Survey Highlights Inequities in Student Educational Opportunities and Critical Resources That Risk Safety and Learning in State’s Lowest-Performing School Districts
Guide measures legislators’ support for public education; honor roll distinction awarded to education champions