Despite two hours of impassioned pleas from community members unanimously in support of reversing cuts to the education budget the East Hampton Town Council voted to moved forward with those cuts.
The hallways of the State Capitol are filled with red shirts today as educators turn out for CEA’s #RedforEd Fix the Crisis Day of Action. Those who can’t make it to Hartford are sporting their #RedforEd in schools around the state.
The CEA #RedforEd Day of Action is here! Let’s make our day of action the top story in today’s newscasts, with hundreds of teachers wearing #RedforEd and calling on legislators to Fix the Crisis.
Turning out for CEA’s #RedforEd Day of Action this Thursday is key to getting teacher priorities over the finish line. While the legislature’s Appropriations Committee failed to advance a landmark education bill on Friday, there are still ways to enact key components of that bill and others into law.
The legislature’s Appropriations Committee failed to take action on a landmark education bill with major implications for teachers, paraeducators, and students. The fight, however, is not over.
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.
The #RedForEd movement is only getting stronger—from Chicago, to Fairplay, CO to Little Rock, to Mendota, IL. Educators and their allies are coming together in communities across the country to…
Keeping a finger on the pulse of public education in Connecticut is important—especially now, with so many expectations being made of teachers and our profession. It’s never been more important…
NEA-Danbury Members Remind Board That an Investment in Teachers Is an Investment in Danbury’s Children
A sea of #RedforEd greeted Danbury Board of Education members at the Board’s meeting last night where more than 250 Danbury teachers filled the meeting room and spilled into the…
“We are in a tough negotiations process,” said EHEA President Cynthia Wintjen. “The incoming proposal is probably the worst I’ve ever seen in 30 years.”