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CEA advocates for students, teachers, and public education. We've been a driving force in lobbying legislators for the resources public schools need and campaigning for hig standards for teachers and public education. Our proud history spans more than 150 years.

We became teachers because we are passionate about students. We are part of CEA because we are STRONGER TOGETHER.

CEA protects our pensions and BRINGS US TOGETHER to negotiate good health benefits and competitive salaries to sustain our families.

One lone teacher can speak up, but we are STRONGER TOGETHER, making positive change for students and teachers.

CEA BRINGS US TOGETHER to advocate before state agencies and legislators so they do not enact regulations and laws that make it harder for our students to learn.

We are STRONGER TOGETHER, securing exclusive credit card offerings, investments, loans, insurances, auto buying discounts, travel, and the Click and Save program.



Tell your legislators we need a budget that works for all of us. Improving Connecticut's future means investing in public schools and creating a new, fairer tax system that keeps taxes low for the middle class and asks corporations and the wealthy to pay their fair share.


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Teachers Hit the Links to Help Students

More than 200 Connecticut teachers, supporters, and CEA staff hit the links at Glastonbury Hills Country Club on July 17 as part of CEA's largest fundraiser of the year to benefit public school students in need.

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Mortgage Assistance Program for Teachers

Are you looking to buy a home? If you're considering buying in certain districts or you teach in a shortage area, check out the Connecticut Teachers Mortgage Assistance Program.

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Educators Speak Out in Force at Budget Meetings

"We need more revenue, but we may also need to cut some spending, just not in education," New London Board of Education member Peg Curtin told legislators at the July 11 State Budget Forum in New London.

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