A new CEA TV ad featuring CEA members and Connecticut students hit the airwaves this week, highlighting the need for the state to invest in all public schools, not divide schools, parents, and communities into clear winners and losers. Read CEA release.
Here's what you should know about the new U.S. Secretary of Education. .
Listen to CEA Director of Policy, Research, and Reform Don Williams on WNPR Where We Live discussing the future of education under Betsy DeVos.
A shiny apple to Senator Toni Boucher for meeting with CEA local presidents in New Canaan, Redding, Ridgefield, Weston, Westport, and Wilton to discuss teacher priorities including education funding, pensions, teacher evaluation, and charter school transparency. Read story.
A rotten apple to Governor Malloy for proposing millions of new dollars for charter schools while cutting funds for special education and neighborhood public schools across the state. Read CT Mirror article.
CEA is hosting at-home meetings with legislative leaders in your district. Contact Chris Donovan to set up a meeting in your local.
From teacher pensions to underfunding education, let your voice be heard at two upcoming hearings at the Legislative Office Building.
Appropriations Committee public hearing on the budget
Contact CEA legislative coordinator Susan Williams for more information and assistance testifying before the committee or submitting written remarks.
A new lawsuit has been filed by eight teachers in California challenging union dues. This case is nearly identical to the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association Supreme Court case that ended in a tie vote last year. Read why the Yohn v. California Teachers Association case could impact all of us.
Stereotypes are alive and well with girls as young as six believing that boys are more "brilliant." Not only that, they think women aren't smart. Read what parents and teachers can do to change that.
Don't have time to search for education news? Stay up-to-date on the news that affects your students and your profession. Visit CTEdwatch.org.
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