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At a virtual education roundtable meeting of Governor Ned Lamont’s Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group, public health officials and education stakeholders discussed issues surrounding school reopening plans.
At a time when our country needs skilled workers with a solid educational foundation, we cannot allow the pandemic to worsen achievement for students in the greatest need, and undermine the progress of Connecticut’s education system.
With municipal elections only days away, Stratford teachers sent a clear signal to anyone eyeing a seat on the Board of Education. Their message? We are still seeing red.
Monday night marked the start of a promising new relationship between Connecticut educators and the Department of Children and Families as DCF Commissioner Vannessa Dorantes and several of her…
Lauding the work that Bridgeport teachers do, in very challenging circumstances, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy recently told a group of Bridgeport educators that their jobs have…
“A profession as noble as teaching deserves retirement security,” State Treasurer Shawn Wooden told hundreds of Connecticut public school teachers…
Read Across Connecticut is almost here, and to support children’s growth as readers CEF, CEA’s charitable arm, will be collecting books for children in kindergarten through grade 12 on March 2 from 10 am to 2 pm at Blue Back Square in West Hartford.
The legislature’s vote last year to require children to be five by September 1 before starting kindergarten moved the state in line with the rest of the country and ensured children are developmentally ready for the academic and social emotional requirements of an elementary school classroom. Now some are calling for a year-long delay to this legislation.
CEA Aspiring Educators met as a group with legislators on the Education Committee for the first time recently and shared personal stories about the obstacles to becoming a teacher, including unpaid student teaching and low starting salaries.
In Darien, parents and teachers worked together and successfully fought back against initial proposals to cut the board of education budget in ways that would have harmed students.
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A number of Republican lawmakers and advocates on Wednesday came out in favor of legislative proposals.
Districts are developing their new teacher evaluation plans this school year, and to provide them with an important tool in moving away from a one-size-fits-all approach, the State Board of Education today approved state model leader and educator evaluation plans.