Stratford Educator Inducted into National Teachers Hall of Fame

The surprise of a lifetime propelled Kristen Record, a Stratford physics teacher and Connecticut’s 2011 Teacher of the Year, into yet another exclusive group of exceptional educators.

Landmark Legislation Could End State Teacher Shortage, Draw New Talent to Connecticut’s Schools

Educators share stories, urge legislators to pass HB 6884 and HB 6881

Ready, Set, Read: Superstar Sports Reading Program Kicks Off Weeklong Reading Celebration

Connecticut Education Foundation uses sports theme to bring the joy of reading and free books to hundreds of first and second grade students in Hamden The Connecticut Education Foundation, along…

Connecticut Voters Support Changes to Improve School Health

According to a new survey, Connecticut Voters support establishing temperature and humidity standards for schools and other improvements.

CEA Survey Finds Connecticut Voters Concerned About Growing Crisis in Public Schools

Wide range of proposals favored to address teacher shortages and improve the education experience for students include increasing teacher pay, supports for disruptive students, hero pay for educators, and mental…

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.

Because of a Teacher, Every Profession Is Possible

CEA launches campaign highlighting positive role of Connecticut teachers in students’ lives and careers With school districts across the country continuing to suffer from a shortage of teachers and school…

Statement from CEA President Kate Dias on Swatting Threat

The swatting threats across Connecticut today, calling 911 to report fake active shooting incidents in our schools, are shocking, appalling, and downright dangerous. We need to take all threats seriously…

CEA Honor Roll Recognizes Education Champions This Election Season

The Honor Roll and Legislator Report Card are part of CEA’s Candidate Comparison tool that evaluates candidates’ overall support for issues important to students, teachers, and public education.

New SDE Guidance Attempts to Restore Bad Pandemic Practice Jeopardizing Students

Guidelines are inequitable; flout legislative ban on dual teaching

Education Community Stands with Uvalde

Read the statement from CEA President Kate Dias on today’s tragic school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

Join Us in Wearing #RedforEd Today

With one week left in the legislative session, CEA is asking legislators, parents, and voters to stand with students and teachers to get critical bills passed.

A Sea of Red in Schools Across the State

#RedforEd Day of Action urges legislators to pass legislation critical to students, teachers, and public education With one week left before the end of the legislative session, educators across the…

What You Don’t See in Connecticut Classrooms: Soaring Rates of Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, and Suicide

Educators, parents, students, and legislators are joining a CEA social media campaign.

Big Blue Reading Bus Tour Back on the Road Celebrating Literacy During Read Across Connecticut Week

Connecticut Education Foundation brings the joy of reading and free books to students; local sports celebrities join in the celebration.