Upcoming Events

Our listing of upcoming events, workshops and conferences


April - May


CEA Retirement Workshops

Our comprehensive workshop will cover all issues related to the State Teachers' Retirement System, such as retirement eligibility, purchasing additional service, how Social Security may be affected, retiree health insurance, and choosing a retirement plan.

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Third Round of County Forum Meetings

Meet with your colleagues and local union leaders to hear about issues impacting education and your profession, and learn how you can advocate for yourself, your students, and public education.

April 11
Tolland
Georgina's, 299 Boston Turnpike, Bolton
Registration 4:30PM, Meeting 5:00PM, 6:00PM Dinner $30 for buffet
Contact: Jaime Doubleday or Peter Borofsky
April 22
Hartford
Chowder Pot, 165 Brainard Rd, Hartford
Registration 4:30PM, Meeting 5:00PM, 6:00PM Dinner $30 for buffet, free for first time attendee
Contact: Mark Janick
April 23
Fairfield
Testo's Restaurant, 1775 Madison Ave, Bridgeport
Registration 4:30PM, Meeting 5:00PM, Guest $30
Contact: Trisha Conduah
April 24
New Haven
Birchwoods, 1027 Racebrook Rd, Woodbridge, CT
Registration 4:30PM w/hors d'oeuvres, 5:00PM Meeting, dinner available during forum $30/per person
Contact: George Flaherty, Jr.



EMAC Workshop: Color of Justice Revisited

April 25
Testo's Bridgeport

Join fellow CEA members for an engaging discussion on how educators can help combat the school-to-prison pipeline. This workshop will include a viewing of the CPTV film Color of Justice Revisited.

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Planning for the Future:
Pension Issues for Early Career Teachers

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.

April 25 Fitch High School Groton
May 2 The Academy of Information Technology and Engineering (AITE), Cyber Cafe Stamford
May 13 South Windsor High School South Windsor

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CEA Human & Civil Rights Commission presents: Working with Transgender Students

May 16 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Sheraton Hartford South
100 Capital Blvd
Rocky Hill

Much of our society, and as a result, the systems within it, live as if world exists in binary form. Male/female. Masculine/Feminine. Man/Woman. Either/or. The "both/and/neither/nor" identities inherit in transgender, gender creative and gender fluid students (or coworkers) can bring up questions and concerns. This workshop is designed to address them.

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Teacher Leader Fellowship Institute

May 20: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Alumni Hall, CCSU Student Center

How can teacher leaders enable creativity, collaboration, and innovation in their classrooms and beyond? Come to the third annual Teacher Leader Institute May 20 at Central Connecticut State University to find out.

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