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CEA holds a variety of meetings, conferences and workshops for the benefit of its members. We have annual conferences and also hold workshops in your school district if you request it. We also list conferences of interest for educators. Let us know if you would like us to post your conference here.


    September Events

    • 2014-15 Retirement Workshops

      Understand and Plan Your Retirement

      SEPTEMBER - MARCH


      Our annual workshops are held around the state in the Autumn and early Spring. Any fully active CEA member who wishes to begin planning for retirement is encouraged to attend. It is never too early to educate yourself!

      Click on the Register link below to view dates and locations for all workshops.



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    November Events

    • Crystal L. Hoyt, PhD
      Leadership in a Diverse Society

      NOVEMBER 13, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
      WILDE AUDITORIUM, UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD, WEST HARTFORD, CT


      Social scientists are uncovering how human thoughts and feelings that occur outside of conscious awareness influence perception, judgment, and action. This fundamental understanding is critical for developing leaders for it is unconscious attitudes and biases that undermine best efforts for inclusion. In this talk, researcher Crystal Hoyt will share findings about stereotyping, hidden prejudices, and how leaders can be more mindful in their approach to diversity.


      There is no charge; however, registration is required. Three ways to register:

      Web: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LeaderITR
      Email: itr@hartford.edu
      Phone: 860-768-5590



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    • A Movie & Discussion Night for Teachers

      NOVEMBER 17, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
      CEA HEADQUARTERS


      Belle

      Belle is based on the true story of a mixed-race 18th-century woman named Dido Elizabeth Belle who was raised in upper-crust British society but never able to fully enter it. Dido is the illegitimate daughter of a slave woman and a Royal Navy admiral who leaves her in the care of her aristocratic great-uncle and his wife who raise her as an equal—or as much of one as the era permits.


      A light dinner and popcorn will be served. This a free event and open to the first 30 CEA members to register. Free on-site parking is provided.



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