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2018 OEA Election Guide
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2018 OEA Election Guide
Ohio Education Association Candidate Recommendations

Ohio’s Election Day is upon us, and it is more important now than ever that educators across Ohio turn out to the polls to make their voices heard and ensure pro-public education candidates advance to the General Election. Please make …

ESP survey

The CDC Foundation is seeking survey information from Education Support Professionals. Ultimately, their participation leads to safer schools. They are particularly interested in hearing from custodial and maintenance and skilled trades members.

Back to School
OEA/NEA Member Back-to-School Guide

Students may still be enjoying their summer vacations, but for educators, the beginning of the next school year is just around the corner. The editors of @NEAToday & OhioSchools Magazine have compiled a list of our best articles and resources to help you get ready for the fall semester.

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Ohio Senate Testimony: the Proposed Graduation Requirements’ Amendment

OEA is opposed to the amendment as it is currently written. Students should be able to demonstrate what they know in ways other than a standardized test. A child is more than a test score. Ohio’s graduation requirements should reflect this as well.

K-5 License Plate Design Contest

Ohio Education Association and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost are partnering to host a “Stop Bullying” License Plate Design Contest for students in grades K-5. Entries must be postmarked by May 31, 2019.

Ohio House Bill 70 Hijacked Democracy

Guest Blog | By Jeanne Melvin, OEA-Retired | A state takeover is part of the effort to privatize public education. Without a public hearing, the hijacked HB 70 passed the Senate and the House and was sent to the governor and signed into law. #OverTestedOH #RedForEd

Blog: The Antidote to Despair

By Julie Rine is an English Instructor and an Academic Challenge Advisor at Minerva High School, Minerva, Ohio.

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Maysville Schools’ Support Professionals Vote to Unionize, Join OEA

Nearly 100 nonunion education support professionals of the Maysville Local School District voted to become an affiliate of the OEA. “Our primary reason for organizing is to secure fair working standards across the district,” said Maysville Classified Education Association spokesperson Gabriel Weatherspoon.

You Cannot Silence the Voice of Working People

Teaching children is pretty wonderful. This has been my passion and in the 19 years that I taught, I learned from and have been inspired by my colleagues. I have also been moved by the actions of fellow union members …

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