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Welcome to a New School Year!

Whether it's your first time in the classroom or your sixth year, we are here with all the resources early-career professionals need. We've got classroom management and professional development ideas. We've got more ways to stretch your hard-earned dollars. And we've got your back.

  • Coming Soon: New Teacher Guide

    CEA is developing a one-stop resource for teachers with up to six years' experience. The guide covers everything from students with disabilities to successful teacher evaluation. Look for it in your inbox in the coming weeks.

  • TEVAL Workshops


    This interactive workshop provides dispute resolution strategies if mutual agreement is not reached, methods to control for factors that impact student performance (like absenteeism), possible standardized and non-standardized indicators, and high-quality, sample SLOs gathered from school districts around the state. Included will be tips and sample SLOs for support specialists and others who are not in direct instructional roles.


  • Empowering New Teachers

    "It's empowering to be a part of the union," says early career educator Sarah Bajger. Like many new teachers, she seeks practical advice from experienced educators

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  • CEA Supports New Teachers

    More than 200 teachers attended CEA's 17th annual New Teacher Conference, which included breakout sessions on everything from classroom management to project-based curriculum.

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  • Save the Date

    Attend a county forum near you and learn about what's happening at the State Capitol and at the federal level regarding education. See what your union is doing for you and how you can get involved. Forums will be held in these counties on the following dates. Check back for specific locations and registration information.

    · Hartford County

    Monday, October 16 Coming Soon

    · Tolland County

    Tuesday, October 17 Coming Soon

    · Windham County

    Wednesday, October 18 Coming Soon

    · New Haven County

    Thursday, October 19 Coming Soon

    · Fairfield County

    Monday, October 23 Coming Soon

    · New London County

    Tuesday, October 24 Coming Soon

    · Middlesex County

    Wednesday, October 25 Coming Soon

    · Litchfield County

    Thursday, October 26 Coming Soon

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