Calling it a “monumental day,” President Biden has signed into law the most significant federal gun safety legislation in decades after it passed both the House and Senate last week.…
The Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) this week announced more than $8.7 million in American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) funds…
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX, a landmark civil rights law that protects people from discrimination based on sex in all education programs or activities that receive federal…
Take a trip to Gillette Stadium and take in a New England Revolution game at one of three Educator Appreciation games.
If you’re working under an endorsement that is considered a shortage area you may be eligible for benefits such as loan forgiveness and mortgage assistance. Check out the designated shortage areas for 2022-23.
Join your colleagues for some baseball action, food, and fun on July 30 at the CEA/Yard Goats Party Deck.
Do you have questions about the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program and the process to get your debt forgiven? Attend an NEA webinar June 22 at 7pm to get your questions answered.
While you’re planning your summer activities, plan on joining us live and in-person at the CEA Summer Conference with nearly 40 different sessions to choose from.
Watch a video message from CEA President Kate Dias and Vice President Joslyn DeLancey.
View recent media coverage and statements from CEA leadership
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CEA may be eligible to elect up to 30 state delegates to the NEA RA in 2020. Here are descriptions of the open positions:
Category 1 At-Large/State Delegate: Fifteen Positions (Term: two years)
Category 1 At-Large/Ethnic Minority Concerns: Four Positions (Term: 2
These categories must have Active classroom teachers (Membership Type AC-1) or NEA Life members (Membership Type AC-7) in local affiliates are eligible for these positions.
Aspiring Educators: one Position (Term: 1 Year)
Only Aspiring Educators with a SEA and NEA membership are eligible for this position.
Membership Units: nine positions from specific Membership Units (Term: one year)
Only active members (Membership Type AC-1) or NEA Life members (Membership Type AC-7) who teach in a local CEA affiliate in one of the seventeen Membership Units may be nominated for these positions. The nine open units include E, F, H, J, K, L, M, P & Q.
Bethel, Brookfield, CEA New Milford, Easton, NEA Danbury, New Fairfield, Sherman
Amity, Bethany, Branford, Derby, East Haven, Milford, Orange, Oxford, Seymour, Woodbridge
ACES, Cheshire, Hamden, North Haven, Wallingford, Wolcott
Berlin, Farmington, Newington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington, Thomaston, Wethersfield
Cromwell, East Hartford, Glastonbury, Manchester, Rocky Hill
Bloomfield, CREC, East Windsor, Enfield, South Windsor, Suffield, Windsor
Avon, Canton, East Granby, Granby, Simsbury, West Hartford, Windsor Locks
East Lyme, Groton, Ledyard, Montville, New London, North Stonington, Preston, Project LEARN, Stonington, Voluntown, Waterford
Clinton, East Haddam, East Hampton, Guilford, Haddam-Killingworth, Madison, Old Saybrook, Regional 4, Regional 13, Regional 18, Portland, Westbrook
Category 2 At-Large: One position (Term interim position open this year)
Nominees for the Category 2 At-Large position must be Active members (Membership Type AC-1) in supervisor/administrator positions or NEA Life members (Membership Type AC-7) who are no longer teaching—but only if they are not also NEA-Retired members. (NEA Life membership is a special category terminated in 1973.) Members with Active Life Memberships who are not retired from teaching are eligible for Category 2. NEA-Retired Members for Life (Membership Type RT-7) or annual Retired members (Membership Type RT-8) ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR CATEGORY 2
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Bethany Education Association
Education Association of Preston
Franklin Education Association
ISAAC Education Association
Lisbon Education Association
New Beginnings Education Association
Norwich Integrated Education Association
Sherman Education Association
Sprague Education Association
Voluntown Education Association
Waterford Education Association
Wethersfield Education Association
Barkhamsted Education Association
Canaan Education Association
Colebrook Teachers’ Association
Cornwall Consolidated Faculty Association
Gilbert Education Association
Hartland Education Association
Housatonic Valley Regional Faculty Association
Kent Center Faculty Association
New Hartford Education Association
Norfolk Teachers’ Association
North Canaan Faculty Association
Salisbury Center School Faculty Association
Shared Services Teachers’ Association
Sharon Center School Faculty Association
Winchester Education Association
Andover Education Association
Columbia Teachers’ Association
Hebron Education Association
Marlborough Education Association
Willington Education Association
Ashford Education Association
Brooklyn Education Association
Canterbury Education Association
Chaplin Education Association
Eastford Teachers’ Association
Hampton Education Association
Pomfret Community Education Association
Regional District #11 Education Association
Scotland Education Association
Sterling Education Association
Teachers’ Education Association of Union
Woodstock Association of Teachers
Standing Committees of CEA-Retired are appointed by the CEA-Retired President with the advice of the Advisory Council after the CEA-Retired Annual Meeting in May. This typically takes place in June with additional appointments made in September. Terms will be for one year commencing on August 1.
If you are interested in serving on one of the committees, please indicate your willingness below. Please remember that committees have a limited membership and not all of the requests can be filled. By giving a first and second choice, CEA-Retired members will have a better chance of being chosen. If you filled out a form and returned it at the Annual Meeting, please do not fill out another form.
For inquiries or donations, visit http://henrybarnardfund.org/index.html
Contact CEA Retirement Specialist Robyn Kaplan-Cho at 860-525-5641, 1-800-842-4319, or Robynk@cea.org.
Your contract can serve as an important vehicle for protecting your rights and advancing your concerns as a teacher working with special education students. In this workshop, teachers will learn how to integrate special education issues into the collective bargaining process. Participants will study the pros and cons of negotiating contract provisions related to performing health procedures, teacher notification and scheduling of PPT meetings, professional development opportunities, class-size limitations, local dispute resolution procedures for special-education-related problems, placement decisions, and many more related topics. Model contract language will be provided. This workshop is ideal for negotiating committees and teachers with a particular interest in this area of the law.
Length 2+ Hours
Presenter: Robyn Kaplan-Cho, CEA