CEA Summer Conference Registration Is Open

This year’s CEA Summer Conference has something for everyone. The 29 training options include everything from negotiations to understanding your pension to using meditation, mindfulness, and yoga to let go of your stress. The conference will be held August 5-6, 2019, at Mohegan Sun. Register on the CEA website, and view the brochure for a description of the…

Rotten Apple

A Rotten Apple to State Representatives Craig Fishbein and Joseph Polletta for introducing 25 anti-union amendments in an attempt to take away employee rights and weaken unions.

Shiny Apple

A Shiny Apple to Governor Lamont and legislators, especially Senator Julie Kushner and Rep. Robyn Porter, for their efforts in getting the $15 minimum wage bill signed into law.

Is Your School Sick?

Does your classroom experience extreme temperatures? Is there mold in your school? Are you or your students sick? Please take two minutes to take our survey #IsMySchoolSick and share your stories about excessive heat and cold, mold, water damage, and other environmental issues in your classrooms and schools.

Say Yes to a Budget that Helps Secure the Teacher Retirement Fund

There’s just one week left before the end of the legislative session, and lawmakers must still take action on the state budget. SB 873, which would help protect the teacher retirement system, is expected to be part of the budget discussions. Ask your legislators to pass a fair budget that ensures school funding and the long-term viability of the teacher retirement fund. Read more about the pension proposal. Read CEA testimony.