Who does the Connecticut Education Association (CEA) think they’re fooling? Last week, the CEA held a press conference urging the state Commissioner of Education to “immediately convene” the state’s new Mastery Examination Committee, claiming there’s “no time to lose.” During the press conference CEA President Shelia Cohen made a telling remark. She said, “All indications… Continue reading CEA’s Preemptive Strike On SBAC Validity Is Telling
In a series of posts about the Connecticut Education Association (CEA) poll-powered press conference against the Common Core, I’ve looked a variety of issues. We’ve spoken about who was asking the questions on the poll and why. We looked at the data they gathered but didn’t want to share. Now let’s take a look at… Continue reading CEA Polls Only the White and Wealthy
Would you like to never be judged at work? Would you like an accountability holiday? Who wouldn’t? That’s what the union asked their members, according to the survey questions asked by the Connecticut Education Association (CEA). [Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, 2/20/2014] That is the pudding in their proof that Common Core implementation should be stalled.… Continue reading Freedom From Accountability? Why Not?
When the Connecticut Education Association (CEA) decided to lambaste the Common Core this week, the fact their strings were being pulled went completely unnoticed. The questions are, who is pulling the strings and why? The answer to the first question is simple, and the evidence is clear. The National Education Association (NEA) is banging the… Continue reading Anti-Common Core Rhetoric an Obviously False Pretense
If the Working Families Party and the unendorsed Democrats were both funded by the teachers union, and the Working Families Party contributed to the unendorsed Democrats directly, and they shared office space, how exactly are the Democrats the majority in anything but name only? In a previous article, Education Bridgeport reported that the Connecticut Education… Continue reading Which Party is the Minority Party on the New Bridgeport Board of Education?
After filing a complaint with the State Elections Enforcement Commission, the endorsed slate is now calling for the Connecticut Education Association (CEA) to immediately end all spending on behalf of the challenger slate. It was revealed Wednesday that the CEA spent over $28,000 on independent expenditures on behalf of the challenger-slate. According to a statement… Continue reading Endorsed campaign calls for CEA to cease spending