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. pensions
Learn about the Retired Teacher Health Insurance Crisis.
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 is October 2019.
Become a member of NFCRTA and ARTC to support the organization's efforts to support and protect Connecticut's retired teachers.
The TRB has chosen Anthem as the company to administer our Medicare Supplement plan. They will be replacing Stirling Benefits as of 2020. This is a Medicare plan and should not be confused with the TRB base plan Medicare Advantage, also implemented by Anthem. The TRB will be mailing all retirees a packet of information explaining any benefit changes, the rates for 2020, and the schedule for the open enrollment meetings that they will be holding across the state during the open enrollment period.
Retired teachers do not have a Union. We do not have a contract with the State. We rely on the Legislature to hear our voice and to keep the State's promise.
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