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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 the Value of Your Union

  • Part 2: Good Working Conditions Make for Good Learning Conditions

  • Part 3: Member Benefits and the Path to Getting Involved with CEA



Connecticut Public School Teachers: Uniting Us Every Day

Connecticut teachers have opened their arms, their hearts, and their classrooms to ensure that all students take pride in their heritage, and know that their classrooms are places where they are welcomed and valued.

Maestros de las Escuelas Publicas de Connecticut: Uniendonos Cada Dia

Los maestros de Connecticut han abierto sus brazos, sus corazones y sus aulas para garantizar que todos los estudiantes se sientan orgullosos de su herencia y sepan que sus aulas son lugares donde son bienvenidos y valorados.


Membership Matters

The union advantage: Strong unions vs. weak unions.

Hear stories from your colleagues, including North Haven Teacher Amy Alessi who once taught in Arizona where union strength has been eroded.

Parents Criticize Governor's Education Proposals in New CEA TV Ad

Parents and students criticize legislators who are ignoring their needs and putting politics ahead of public schools.


CEA TV Ad Amplifies Calls to Invest in All Public Schools

The spot highlights the need for the state to invest in all public schools, not divide schools, parents, and communities into clear winners and losers.

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.

Students Matter

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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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