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Family First Coronavirus Response Act

Family First Coronavirus Response Act Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employer Paid Leave Requirements Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Questions and Answers DRAFT FFCRA Child Care Request Letter

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CT Plan for Reopening Schools

The state has released Guidelines for Reopening schools in the fall: Fifty-Page Connecticut State Department of Education reopening model: Adapt, Advance, Achieve One-page executive summary of the Connecticut State Department of Education reopening model.  (https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/SDE/COVID-19/CTReopeningSchools.pdf). All questions will take time … Continue reading

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Retirement Workshop Save the Date!

SAVE the DATE:   Monday, 3/2/2020                              Hall High School                              Room # E-131    … Continue reading

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Teacher Tax Deduction Eliminated in GOP Tax Plan

Watch WHEA President Theresa McKeown speak about the GOP plan on WTNH:  http://wtnh.com/2017/11/13/teacher-tax-deduction-eliminated-in-gop-tax-plans/ and from the CEA Blog:  https://blogcea.org/2017/11/13/teachers-join-senator-blumenthal-in-opposition-to-gop-tax-plan/ and on the CEA Facebook page.

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CEA, Teachers, Students, Parents, and Municipalities Take the State to Court to Prevent $557 Million in Education Funding Cuts

CEA, Teachers, Students, Parents, and Municipalities Take the State to Court to Prevent $557 Million in Education Funding Cuts Lawsuit filed in Hartford Superior Court says executive order violates state law   Read the Press Release Here  

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