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CEA's Human and Civil Rights Awards provide an opportunity to acknowledge these dedicated and diverse men and women for advancing human and civil rights, and standing up for public schools.
The debate over mandated standardized testing takes center stage as the Republican-controlled 114th Congress gets ready to make its mark on education policy.
Teachers are always looking for unique learning tools to engage their students, and at the CREC River street School in Windsor they've found two: Ben and Jerry.
Connecticut's 2015 Teacher of the Year praised and thanked her former teachers, Farmington Public School educators, for inspiring her to become an educator, and reminded her colleagues of the important role they play in their students' lives.
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NEA offers lesson plans, activity ideas & other resources for teaching MLK day.
Dianna Roberge-Wentzell, chief academic officer for the state Department of Education, to be named interim commissioner of education.
Stefan Pryor nominated as Rhode Island's first-ever Secretary of Commerce.
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Check out the online edition of our December-January CEA Advisor.
Showcase the great work in your local association.
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