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CEA Membership Video: It's All About Your Students and You

Your influence is multiplied as a member of CEA.
Find out why your colleagues are encouraging you to get involved with CEA.

  • Part 1: Supporting Your Rights and Your Priorities

  • Part 2: Standing Up for Your Students and Your Profession

  • Part 3: Getting Involved with CEA




Mastery Examination Committee Meeting - September 22, 2015

Public Act No. 15-238, An Act Concerning Students Assessments, established the Mastery Examination Committee within the Department of Education. The law requires the committee to examine the impact, administration, appropriateness, and other aspects of the statewide mastery exam in Connecticut.



Performance Evaluation Advisory Council (PEAC) Meeting- September 16, 2015

Training for evaluators is one area that CEA leaders on the Council have previously highlighted as needing attention, and PEAC heard from administrators in the Wolcott Public Schools about their efforts to improve evaluator training.





A Student is More Than a Test Score

CEA public awareness TV ads featuring CEA members and Connecticut students focus on the need to treat children as individuals, increase instructional time, and reduce the number of required standardized tests.



Let Us Teach

CEA public awareness TV ads featuring CEA members and Connecticut students focus on the need to treat children as individuals, increase instructional time, and reduce the number of required standardized tests.





RISE

Ever-changing demands don't make it easy to be a teacher today, but Connecticut's professional educators continue to go above and beyond. Watch CEA's TV commercial.



Schools Most Ripe for Improvement

Watch CEA's TV ad highlighting Success in the Works





Teachers as Professionals: Raising Public Awareness

Focus is on teachers as meaningful partners in collaborative decision making







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