PreK-12 Teachers

AFT Connecticut represents PreK-12 teachers in school districts across Connecticut. AFT Connecticut is a proponent for teachers and education at the local level in our members' school districts and in the state legislature. From contract negotiations to student testing to pensions, AFT Connecticut works to protect teacher rights and provide professional support for members teaching in public schools.


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Connecticut teachers are in need of supplies for their classrooms. You can find out what's needed in your community schools and donate online.


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Click here to watch how union members in Waterford rallied parents and residents to urge their board of education to make better choices and prioritize permanent leadership for their community’s schools.

CT Voices for Children releases child well-being data by town

CT Voices for Children has released child well-being data by town.

3rd Annual Education Nation Teacher Town Hall Sept. 23

NBC News and Brian Williams will be hosting the Third Annual Education Nation Teacher Town Hall on Sunday, September 23rd, 12 – 2PM EDT LIVE on MSNBC.

Chicago teachers on strike

"We stand in solidarity with the teachers of Chicago," said Sharon Palmer, president of AFT Connecticut. "You can show your support by going to CTU's website, Facebook page, and on Twitter."

AFT will be hosting a national day of solidarity with CTU on Wednesday, September 12. Please wear red to show your support.

AFT members honored as 'Champions of Change'

Three AFT members were honored as "School Turnaround Champions of Change" at the White House on Aug. 21. The honorees are David Cicarella, president of the New Haven Federation of Teachers; Kristen Hayes, an art teacher at Savoy Elementary School in Washington, D.C.; and Edward Wiest, a math teacher at Plenty Coups High School on the Crow Reservation in Pryor, Mont.

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