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Welcome to CEA-Retired!
The driving principle behind CEA-Retired is to provide retired members an organization that works in conjunction with CEA to improve retirement, pension, and health benefits. CEA-Retired provides its members a forum to continue a commitment to improve public education by working with active members. The organization encourages member participation at the political level by promoting CEA and NEA legislative agendas. CEA-Retired also offers its members opportunities to stay connected through social events and community service initiatives
NEWS AND INFORMATION
The members of the new CEA-Retired leadership team, elected at the Spring Business Meeting, are Treasurer, Mary-Beth Lang, President, Bill Murray, Vice President, Gloria Brown, and Secretary, Karen DiMenna.
Medicare Part B premiums have gone up. Though Medicare Part A, which covers hospital visits, is usually free for Medicare enrollees, Part B, which covers doctors visits and diagnostics, charges a premium for coverage.
A lifelong resident of Connecticut, Paul Kulikowski taught Art in the Simsbury Public Schools for 35 years, with most of those years spent teaching at the middle school level, before he retired in 2013.
Every three years CEA-Retired members elect their four principal officers. Members of the Advisory Council are elected each year at the Annual Meeting in staggering terms. An alternate is elected each year at the Annual Spring Meeting
Did you ever wonder how all of the membership and informative materials are assembled for a mailing to potential and new members?
BECOME A CEA-RETIRED MEMBER
CEA-Retired is the only retired teachers' organization in Connecticut that is affiliated with CEA and NEA. If you've been a member of CEA throughout your teaching career, stay involved with the organizations that have worked for you!
Attend a CEA-Retired County Meeting and stay connected to the latest news and developments that impact you in your retirement years.
Social Security has announced that they will be granting a cost of living increase of 2.8% for the year 2019. Based on the statutes governing Cost of Living Adjustments (COLA) for CTRB members, the Connecticut Teachers' Retirement Board will be granting COLA as follows.
Download a PDF copy of your outline of benefits and FAQ handout from Anthem
Download a PDF copy of your outline of benefits and FAQ handout from Stirling Benefits, Inc.
Make sure that your email, home address and related contact information is up-to-date to ensure that you don't miss out on important updates from the STRB.
A change to the retired teachers' health insurance program that was adopted by the State Teachers' Retirement Board (TRB) th9is month will impact retired teachers and spouses who are onâ€”or will soon be onâ€”the TRB's Medicare supplement (65 and older) plan.
View photos of your friends and colleagues from a variety of CEA-Retired events.
For many years, you gave your time, energy and love to make a difference in the lives of children. Now as retirees, you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others.
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CEA-Retired offers its members opportunities to stay connected through social events and community service initiatives. But we can't do it alone: we need your help.
CEA-Retired is adding members to our Rapid Response Team of individuals who are willing to come to Hartford on short notice to do things like lobby legislators and attend legislative hearings.
Maintaining one's certification after retirement is a personal decision. However, it's much easier to maintain a certification—and if you're already at the Professional level, there is no cost—than to reapply for certification once it has lapsed.