What are the most pressing things you want to know about the school year ahead? Connecticut has a new education commissioner, and she’s eager to hear from you.
Sworn in this August, Charlene Russell-Tucker—described by Governor Lamont as a visionary education leader—made history as the first Black appointee to ever serve as Connecticut’s education commissioner on a permanent basis.
Join a live webinar on Monday, October 25, from 5 to 6 p.m. as Russell-Tucker and members of her staff answer teachers’ questions about what to expect in our classrooms—in the pandemic and post-pandemic eras. Hosted by CEA President Kate Dias and AFT Connecticut President Jan Hochadel, the webinar is open to members only, and registration is limited.
To maximize our time with the commissioner, we will only take questions submitted in advance during the registration process.