The two-day CEA Representative Assembly is underway tonight at the Mohegan Sun Conference Center with nearly 350 teachers from more than 160 districts around the state celebrating a return to conducting the association’s business face to face with their colleagues.
“We are here to do the work of moving our organization forward,” said CEA President Kate Dias. “Please join me in finding the joy in the work that we do here, that vital work of representing all our CEA members.”
Tonight delegates will adopt the standing rules and order of business for the meeting, hear from CEA Executive Director Donald Williams, celebrate award-winning colleagues and friends of education, and accept nominations for the positions of secretary, treasurer, and NEA director alternate.
If elections for any of those three positions are contested, voting will take place Saturday. Tomorrow delegates will also hear from CEA President Kate Dias, receive committee reports, take action on amendments to the constitution and bylaws, and adopt new business items and the organization’s 2022-2023 budget.
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