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The 2020 Summit will be held in Orlando, Florida, March 13-15, 2020, at the Hyatt Regency Orlando. The summit will further develop Activist leaders and prepare them with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to lead relevant, thriving associations and to lead in their professions. Applications due Sept. 28th
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.
Imagine What You Can Achieve with the OEA Higher Education Benefit You and your family members can now earn an associate degree completely online – for FREE. Visit FreeCollege.OHEA.org to learn more. Fall classes start Aug. 19th
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.
There is an old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. In terms of protecting our members from privatization, prevention has a better record of success than trying to “cure” privatization once a service has been put up for bid. This webinar is designed to give locals an ounce of prevention and more.
Privatization is not slowing down. In recent years, we have seen ESP career families, such as paraeducators, that we used to assume were safe from privatization, come under attack.
The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) has changed the requirements for completing the mentoring and assessment years of Ohio’s Resident Educator Program. These changes reflect feedback received from Ohio’s educators and legislative requests to simplify the Resident Educator Summative Assessment …
The upcoming January 24th deadline is quickly approaching for many OEA awards & scholarships.
The Role of Education Support Professionals in Creating a School Climate for Grieving Students (webinar)
The loss of someone close to children may have a significant impact on their psychological adjustment, academic achievement, and personal development. This webinar will discuss how children come to understand and adjust to a loss and offer practical suggestions on how education support professionals can create a school climate where children are able to talk about their loss and receive needed support.
Educational Support Professionals: Supporting Students Suffering From the Absence of their Parents (webinar)
This webinar will discuss how children come to understand and adjust to real and ambiguous losses and offer practical suggestions on how education support professionals can create a school climate where children are able to talk about their losses and receive needed support.
Crisis is common in the lives of students, whether due to a crisis involving a student’s individual family or one that affects the entire school community. The presentation will provide practical suggestions on how to identify common adjustment difficulties in children in the aftermath of a crisis and to promote effective coping strategies to reduce the impact of the crisis.