Do you know an educator who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to multiculturalism, equal opportunities, LGBTQQI support and awareness, conflict resolution, or other social issues pertinent to students and public education?
Nominate yourself or a colleague for one of nine CEA Human and Civil Rights Awards. Now easier than ever, nominations can be made online.
The deadline for nominations is February 1, 2019.
- Susan B. Anthony—Prudence Crandall Equality Award
- Mahatma Gandhi—Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Award
- Katherine Dunham Award
- Helen Keller—Anne Sullivan Memorial Award
- John Rogers Memorial Award
- CEA Award for Leadership in Hispanic Educational and Community Relationships
- CEA Humanitarian Award for Leadership in Recent Immigrant Educational and Community Relationships
- Harvey Milk—Sylvia Rivera Award for Challenging Discrimination Related to Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation
- CEA Presidential Award—Henry Barnard Memorial Award
Click here for guidelines, award criteria, and online nomination forms.
The awards will be presented during an inspiring dinner at CEA’s Summer Leadership Conference in August
Join members of CEA’s Human and Civil Rights Commission and author Nora Raleigh Baskin for a teacher-to-teacher book discussion of “Ruby on the Outside,” a 2016 IRA Notable Book for a Global Society.
The free book talk and dinner will take place Tuesday, November 29, 6 – 7:30 p.m., at CEA headquarters in Hartford.
Click here to register for this very special event highlighting the growing issue of children with an incarcerated parent. Light dinner will be served. This event is open and free of charge to CEA members.