Neag School of Education‘s Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates (TCPCG) program, is hosting an education seminar featuring State Representative Larry Cafero and State Senator Bob Duff. The seminar on “Newly Proposed Legislation as it Applies to the Classroom Teacher” will be held at UConn Waterbury’s Campus on Wednesday, June 13 at 5:30 p.m. The event is free and open to attend; please RSVP via email to email@example.com or call 203-236-9926.
The seminar is hosted by TCPCG’s Social & Multicultural Foundations of Education course and will be moderated by Dr. Michael Marotto, an adjunct in Neag’s TCPCG program.
Larry Cafero of Norwalk was elected to serve the 142nd House District in 1992, and he is now serving his ninth term as State Representative. A recognized leader in the field of education, Larry has served as the Ranking Republican House member of the Education Committee and as a member of the Judicial, Appropriations and Labor committees.
Bob Duff represents the 25th Senatorial District, which includes Norwalk and Darien. Reelected to his fourth term in the state Senate in 2010, he continues to serve as chair of the Banks Committee and as vice chair of the Transportation and Energy & Technology Committees. Bob also chairs two subcommittees as a member of the Appropriations Committee.
The seminar will include TCPCG students, UConn faculty, and area educators and will offer those in attendance the opportunity to ask questions and to share their thoughts on newly proposed legislation as it applies to the classroom teacher.
For more information about Neag School of Education’s TCPCG program, click on the below link.