With attacks on education mounting in Connecticut and across the country, teachers are standing up and speaking out to ensure that classrooms remain places where students learn about their world through an honest, truthful, age-accessible, and fact-based curriculum—even if some of those lessons are difficult and uncomfortable.
CEA has joined together with AFT Connecticut and the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents to support you and counter baseless attacks and misleading information about what you teach.
Join us for a live webinar, What’s Real in Education, and hear how together we can change the narrative and focus on addressing the real needs of our students, our schools, and our communities.
The webinar will take place Tuesday, November 30, from 5-6pm.
Together with AFT CT President Jan Hochadel and CAPSS Executive Director Fran Rabinowitz, CEA President Kate Dias will host a candid conversation about ways we can work together to protect educators from threats, harassment, and disruptions to our ability to teach and students’ opportunities to learn. Your questions and concerns will help form the discussion, so please submit comments and questions when you register.
Please join us on November 30.