The governor's new budget plan released today is unacceptable to Connecticut educators. It still shifts the cost of the teacher pension fund to cities and towns.
More budget proposals from legislators are expected in the coming days, and we will review and update you on how these will impact education funding and teacher retirement.
Watch for a call to action from CEA, as we stand ready to fight against these attacks on our students, our profession, and our future.
A shiny apple to you for your advocacy and willingness to fight for what is right.
With the uncertainty and continually changing elements of the state budget, we have postponed our Keep Your Promise Rally, originally scheduled for May 18.
We need you to continue to join with your colleagues and speak out against plans to shift teacher retirement costs from the state onto cities and towns.
A rotten apple to any legislators—both Democrats and Republicans—who are considering eliminating collective bargaining rights. Today the attacks focus on state employees; tomorrow it will be teachers. We can't allow Connecticut to become the next Wisconsin.
Click here to contact your legislators and tell them to protect our rights.
This year's CEA Summer Leadership Conference will be held July 31 - August 2, 2017 at the Mohegan Sun Convention Center. Each Local Association may send up to eight free attendees this year.
New this year: One Day Conference Option: Wednesday, August 2. Please view the Summer Leadership Brochure to see your training and overnight accommodation options prior to registering.
Pay only $35 for an annual two-person membership (regularly priced at $50). Get details by clicking the Shopping tab at http://www.cea.org/memberbenefits/discounts/
The Hartford Yard Goats are holding two CEA Teacher Appreciation Days this summer, July 29 and August 11, with discounted tickets and fireworks after each game. Get more information at http://www.cea.org/memberbenefits/discounts/