Your Voice is Needed to Help Improve Connecticut Education Policies
Attend a CEA County Forum
Your students are counting on you
An unprecedented Superior Court decision has sent shockwaves across the education community in Connecticut. Meanwhile, the long arm of the federal government is reaching into schools with the new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). There has never been a more pressing time for teachers to band together and speak out to influence once-in-a-generation judicial, legislative, and regulatory issues.
That's why CEA is hosting County Forums around the state this October. Attend to
- Learn the latest on how CCJEF and ESSA would impact your classroom.
- Speak out for students and the teaching profession.
- Meet with legislators to share issues of concern.
|Litchfield||October 13||Crystal Peak
164 Torrington Road, Winsted
65 Rye Street, South Windsor
275 Boston Turnpike, Bolton
|Windham||October 19||The Inn at Woodstock
94 Plaine Hill Rd, Woodstock
|New Haven||October 20||Cascades
480 Sherman Avenue, Hamden
|Fairfield||October 24||Testo's Restaurant
1775 Madison Ave, Bridgeport
|New London||October 25||Filomena's
262 Boston Post Road, Waterford
|Middlesex||October 26||Baci Grill
134 Berlin Road, Route 372, Cromwell
There is no time to waste. Critical education policy changes are being made that affect students, teachers, and public education. Join your colleagues at a County Forum in your area. We are Stronger Together.
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