CEA members must stand up and speak out against plans to shift teacher retirement costs from the state onto cities and towns. Attend the Keep Your Promise Rally on May 18.
Let your voice be heard! Tell legislators to Keep their Promise to teachers.
A shiny apple to three state legislators who stood with us and spoke out against the cost shift plan.
CEA has formed a coalition of diverse education and town associations to oppose the cost shift plan that would increase property taxes and cut needed town services for Connecticut residents, whose property tax rates are already among the highest in the country.
You may be years away from retirement, but it's never too early to start planning. This workshop provides an overview of the Connecticut Teachers' Retirement System with a particular emphasis on issues of interest to teachers in the early phase of their career (less than 15 years of service), although all CEA members are welcome. Register for one of these free workshops.
|May 1||DePaolo Middle School
|May 4||Lyman Memorial High School
|May 10||Fairfield Warde High School
Tickets are now available for CEA Teacher Appreciation Days, hosted by the Hartford Yard Goats. CEA members get discounted admission for games on Saturday, July 29, and Friday, August 11. Stay for free fireworks after each game. Go to www.cea.org/yardgoats and enter user ID CEA2017 and password yardgoats2017.
Andrew Lloyd Weber's The Phantom of the Opera is coming to Connecticut this fall—and you have first choice of tickets. Thanks to our partnership with the Palace Theater in Waterbury, CEA members can purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public. Use presale code CARLOTTA at www.palacetheaterct.org/phantom anytime May 1-12. Tickets go on sale to the general public on May 15.