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.
NEA Leaders Applaud Connecticut, Stress Teachers' Strength
"All across the country, you are demonstrating that we have the resolve to fight for what's right for our students and educators, the resilience to take a hit and bounce back, the audacity to demand respect, and the relentless will to win," NEA Executive Director John Stocks told delegates at the NEA RA.
Special Education & Equity in Connecticut
As with other areas of public education, when it comes to special education there are big disparities between districts. How do we make sure all students and families receive equitable special education services?
When Was the Last Time You Talked to Your Legislators?
Do your state senator and state representative know who you are? Thanks to a meeting over coffee on a recent Saturday, Senator Toni Boucher now knows the names and faces of leaders of each of the local CEA affiliates in the towns that she represents.
Governor to Propose New Education Funding Formula
In his State of the State address on the opening day of the 2017 legislative session, Governor Malloy today committed to funding teacher pensions and said he plans to propose a new method for how state education aid is distributed.