NEWS & INFO

This Thanksgiving, Listen to Educators and Act

As we celebrate Thanksgiving and think about how much we appreciate our educators, CEA President Kate Dias says showing gratitude requires that we listen to teachers.

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School Crisis: 74% of Teachers Consider Calling It Quits

A growing crisis in Connecticut’s public schools brought CEA leaders and elected officials together to focus on solutions ahead of the 2023 legislative session.

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New CEA Survey Finds Rising Wave of Stress, Burnout, Shortages, and Teachers Leaving the Profession

Increased salaries, staffing, respect, limits on non-teaching duties would help alleviate growing crisis in our schools.

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Win a Free Connecticut Sun Basketball Clinic for Your Elementary School

K-6 teachers can win a free professional basketball clinic for their students, thanks to the Connecticut Sun, a CEA Member Benefits partner.

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GivingTuesday for Kids

Help support needy students in classrooms across the state with a GivingTuesday donation to CEF.

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Teacher of the Year Ceremony Celebrates Connecticut’s Talented Educators

Teachers from more than 160 school districts across the state took the stage at The Bushnell yesterday in an event celebrating the importance of their profession and all its shining…

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Fixing Social Security for Teachers

Congressman John Larson has a bill before Congress that would repeal GPO and WEP, provisions that reduce or entirely eliminate Social Security benefits for teachers. Listen to Larson and Preston local President Susan Strader discuss how Larson’s bill will help teachers on the latest episode of CEA’s podcast.

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Teachers Win at the Polls

CEA members turned out in big ways for education friendly candidates this fall. From door knocking and phone banking to texting, writing post cards, attending rallies, and poll standing, their…

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CEA Launches Campaign Highlighting Positive Role of Connecticut Teachers

CEA has launched a public awareness campaign to highlight the importance of the teaching profession.

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