Audience: OEA member

Distance Learning: Student Engagement

Background In the Spring of 2020, when all public, community, and private K-12 schools closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a record-breaking number of Ohio educators pivoted to a variety of remote learning methods to teach their students.  In …

Financial Literacy Requirements

Financial Standards For at least two decades, Ohio social studies, math, business, and career related academic standards have set the expectations students learn about money, budgeting, accounting and the role of business and government entities within a financial system. In …

Student Interactions with Peace Officers Curriculum

Model Curriculum for Instruction on Student Interactions with Peace Officers In January of 2021, Senate Bill 68 Section 3301.0721 – Ohio Revised Code | Ohio Laws (Williams- Cleveland) of the 133rd General Assembly was signed into law by Ohio Governor …

OEA members recommend pro-public education candidates for statewide, legislative races

Decisions made in Ohio’s statehouse and by other elected officials impact what happens in our public-school classrooms every day. Ohio Education Association members have spent the last several months interviewing candidates in political races around the state to make recommendations about who will best serve Ohio’s students, educators, and public schools if elected to office

ESPacios de Libertad (Freedom Spaces): Live Spanish Webinar Experience

In commemoration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we bring together a diverse group of educational support professionals to discuss the ways their values and norms have advanced equity, justice, and joy in their schools and colleges. Don’t miss it. Pa’lante.

Student Loan Forgiveness Workshops

Are your student loans keeping you down? Your Association may be able to help you. In addition to the date for student loan payments to resume being pushed back SIX times since March 2020, last fall the US Dep’t of …

Student Loan Forgiveness Workshop

Are your student loans keeping you down? Your Association may be able to help you. In addition to the date for student loan payments to resume being pushed back SIX times since March 2020, last fall the US Dep’t of …

OEA – Teacher wage gap report highlights teacher shortage cause

A new report from the Economic Policy Institute examining the “teacher wage penalty” data is shining the spotlight on one of the root issues behind Ohio’s growing educator recruitment and retention crisis

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I Don’t Want to STRIKE, But I WILL! – Stories of OEA Members Fighting for a Fair Contract

Learn from OEA members discussing their experiences of fighting for better learning and working conditions for students, educators, and the communities they serve. Learn some strategies and meet other educators that are managing a bargaining crisis.

EEL Program Resources

This content is for OEA members only.

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