The Association of Retired Teachers of Connecticut organization advocates for the rights of retired teachers. Please consider joining this organization. Visit ARTCT.org
Track teacher retirement and educational issues in the legislature. Contact your local representatives about issues regarding your retirement.
Learn about the Retired Teacher Health Insurance Crisis. Upcoming changes to the TRB Health Plan The Teachers' Retirement Board is implementing a Medicare Advantage (MA) Plan effective July 1, 2018. It is a change from Sterling & Sterling.
NFCRTA awards two scholarships each year to high school seniors who are entering college as education majors.
NFCRTA has two luncheon meetings a year. Join us to learn about issues for Connecticut's retired teachers.
Our next luncheon will be in October 2018.
Become a member of NFCRTA and ARTC to support the organization's efforts to support and protect Connecticut's retired teachers.
ARTC GUBERNATORIAL INVITATION UPDATE
In the past gubernatorial elections, ARTC has been fortunate to have the major candidates for office
attend our fall luncheons. ARTC is a non-partisan organization. Membership dues to ARTC are NOT
used to contribute to any candidate or political party. We invite candidates to learn their positions on retired teachers' key issues. Once again for our fall luncheon this October, we invited the two major
party candidates for governor to attend.
Ned Lamont accepted our invitation and will attend. Bob Stefanowski has declined our invitation to the luncheon despite four additional separate invitation attempts in both emails and phone conversations with his schedulers.
With the projections of future state deficit budgets, we are concerned with the sustainability of our
pension and health insurance funds. We welcome all our members of every political persuasion to come hear Ned Lamont's position and views concerning our vital issues of pension and health insurance on October 23, 2018 at the Aqua Turf.