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The Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Education Association has a series of career tips on how to recognize as well as address ethical dilemmas.
There’s power in numbers. Belonging to your OEA and your Local Association gives you greater influence over the decisions that affect your students, your classroom, and your career.
Together, we are continuing the fight for strong public schools by strengthening our locals and demonstrating value and relevance to our members.
“Richard Cordray displayed an impressive understanding of the key issues that Ohio’s next Governor will face – from the need to invest more in the state’s public schools and less in poor-performing charter schools.
The Assembly is held to establish Association policies and objectives, elect officers, establish dues, adopt the Association’s budget, adopt/evaluate the legislative program, act on resolutions as well as new business items and other necessary business.
When it comes to public education, OEA members are the experts, and they have a right and a need to be heard. The legislative scorecard reflects each member of the Ohio General Assembly.
Mark Hill was recently elected by OEA’s Representative Assembly, the governing body of the organization. Hill will serve a three-year term beginning July 15, 2018.
2018-2019 OEA Paul Swaddling Peace and International Relations Award. Paul Swaddling was a teacher for over 20 years in the Berea City Schools located in northeastern Ohio. His personal and professional life exemplified a commitment to his two great passions: education and peace.
The Ohio Education Association recognizes achievements in human relations and related intercultural activities that impact children, communities, the educational process, and/or the United Education Profession by presenting the 2018-2019 OEA Charles A. Glatt — Human and Civil Rights Award. Dr. …