The October/November CEA Advisor is now online. Watch for it in your mailbox in the next few days, and don’t miss these and other stories in our special two-part Back-to-School and Election edition.
Poquonock School kindergarten teacher named Connecticut’s 2021 Teacher of the Year.
CEA is setting up virtual meetings between CEA members and their legislators. Talk to your local leaders to set up a meeting in your district.
Learn more about discounts on items you buy and use every day at the CEA Member Benefits Virtual Vendor Fair this Thursday, October 8—plus, check out highlighted NEA Member Benefits offers for October.
CEA has joined with a coalition of labor unions to run a television and digital ad campaign calling for a state budget that focuses on helping working and middle class people recover from the impacts of the pandemic.
During the COVID-19 pandemic teachers have numerous questions about quarantine, the Americans with Disabilities Act, how schools should handle those who test positive for COVID-19, and more. CEA attorneys answer your questions in a series of webinars.
CEA’s virtual comprehensive workshops on understanding and planning your retirement will cover all issues related to the State Teachers’ Retirement System, such as retirement eligibility, purchasing additional service, how Social Security may be affected, retiree health insurance, and choosing a retirement plan.
Your 2020-21 CEA membership card has recently arrived or will soon be arriving in your mailbox.
Teachers who already worked long hours are working harder and longer hours than ever before during this unprecedented school year—which is why CEA and AFT Connecticut worked successfully with the State Department of Education to provide teachers with flexibility when it comes to teacher evaluation.
Join the CEA Member Benefits Virtual Vendor Fair on October 8 to explore special offers and score savings. Hear about discounts on items you buy and use every day.