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Tell your legislators to oppose any plans that will shift the cost of teacher retirement contributions from the state to cities and towns. A cost shift will lead to higher local property taxes and cuts to much-needed services in our communities.


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    Statement from CEA President Sheila Cohen on DeVos’s Attack on East Hartford Public Schools

    May 26, 2017

    Betsy DeVos’s attack on East Hartford Public Schools is alarming, demoralizing, and unwarranted—but not unexpected from a woman who is totally unqualified and unfit to serve as U.S. Secretary of Education, representing the nation’s public education system. In an attempt to undermine public education in our country and push her privatization policies, she continues to […]

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    Retired Teachers Urged to Speak Out, Contact Legislators

    May 25, 2017

    “How our pensions are funded is extremely important,” CEA-Retired President Gloria Brown told her colleagues this morning. “Get on the phone, send a letter or an email to your legislators. We have to do something—we can’t let the state shift the cost of teacher pensions onto cities and towns.” Brown and other leaders of CEA-Retired […]

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    Promoting Physical Fitness

    May 24, 2017

    Get active, stay fit, and have fun doing it with sports, games, and activities described in the following lesson plans and resources. Resources For: Grades K-5 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 Filed under: Teaching Tips

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