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CEA advocates for teachers and public education. We've been a driving force in lobbying legislators for the resources public schools need and campaigning for high standards for teachers and students. Our proud history spans more than 150 years.
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Students cannot afford to start another school year with failed federal education law.
A variety of important education-related bills passed the General Assembly this legislative session.
Information and resources for NEA's Annual Meeting taking place in Orlando, Florida.
Support the Children's Fund by joining Association members and CEA staff at the 21st Annual Hands Across the Green golf tournament on Monday,July 13.
May rally will long be remembered.
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LATEST BLOG POSTS
July 01, 2015
If you’re planning to get away this summer, make sure to check out the deals and discounts offered through NEA Member Benefits. From rental car and hotel discounts to special offers for group travel and guided vacations NEA Member Benefits has much to offer. NEA Click & Save “Buy-lights” for July 2015 Summer’s in full […]
June 30, 2015
Some of your Connecticut colleagues are headed to Orlando, Florida, this week to be part of the world’s largest democratic deliberative body: the NEA Representative Assembly (RA). From July 3-6, 132 CEA members will join the over 7,000 elected delegates who are representing three million NEA members at the Orlando Convention Center. Delegates will debate […]
Lawsuit seeks to curtail freedom of firefighters, teachers, nurses, first-responders to stick together and advocate for better public services, better communities
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The NEA Foundation funds cross-curricular collaboration project.
Check out the online edition of our May-June 2015 CEA Advisor.
Hundreds march in solidarity with a coalition of both environmental and human rights organizations from across the state.
Task force to provide ample opportunity for improvement.
Agreement outlines unique student data CCER required from Hamden; disclosure warrants CCER apology to parents.
Legislature should respond by protecting children and families.
Cohen and Leake re-elected to lead CEA.
LOCAL AND NATIONAL HEADLINES
Ju1 1 - CT Mirror
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy renewed a fight with organized labor Wednesday by vetoing legislation sought by teachers' unions that would have set a statutory requirement for state education commissioners to have a strong classroom background, something his first education commissioner lacked.