From negotiations to teacher evaluation to citizen lobbying and much more, more than 500 CEA members took advantage of the opportunity to learn more about their union and their profession at the CEA Summer Conference this Monday and Tuesday.
A large group of Windsor Education Association members attended this year’s CEA Summer Conference.
“Everything was a 10—the professional development was top notch,” says Avon Education Association President Jonathan Moss.
“I am going to be a building rep for the first time this year and came to the Summer Conference for free training on what to do. It was awesome,” says East Windsor teacher Stephanie Schneider. Read more
Those who seek to weaken unions and the middle class may think they scored a victory with the recent decision in the Janus case, but more than ever union members understand why it’s so important to stand strong with their union.
If you’re looking for more information on how to protect your rights, advocate for your profession, and thrive as a union member in the Janus era, register for the CEA Summer Conference this August 6-7 at the Red Lion Hotel in Cromwell.
Conference admission and double-occupancy hotel accommodations are complimentary for all CEA members who wish to attend.
Attendees can choose from among seven different workshops on topics from addressing aggressive student behavior to negotiations, and everyone who attends will also receive member engagement and action planning training.
Find out more and register to attend.
Across the country, teachers have lost their rights to bargain for decent salaries, benefits, and working conditions. Some groups are working to take away those basic rights from Connecticut teachers, too. Learn how to protect your rights and why standing united is more important than ever at the CEA Summer Conference this August.
This year’s conference is being held at the Red Lion Hotel in Cromwell, August 6-7, and is focused on organizing, working conditions, and member engagement. Participants can choose one workshop that takes place over the two days on topics from addressing aggressive student behavior to negotiations to being an advocate for your profession. In addition, all participants will receive training on member engagement, signing up members, and action planning.
Learn more and register to attend.