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State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria surprised students and staff at Norwood Middle School this week by announcing that Leila Kubesch was selected as Ohio’s 2020 teacher of the year.
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
Columbus Education Association reaches comprehensive conceptual agreement with Columbus City Schools on new labor contract. Members will soon review and vote whether to ratify the conceptual agreement.
The design selected for a new “Stop Bullying” Ohio license plate is one created by Brooke Balser, a student at Independence Middle School in Independence. Yost and the OEA announced a contest at the start of May to select the license plate design.
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.
In addition to receiving print editions of OEA’s OhioSchools Magazine at home, you can access them online. Moved recently? Contact the OEA Member Hotline (1-844-OEA-Info) to update your address.
“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.
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.
Why Participate in a Community Outreach Program? Your local association is a vital part of any community. Whether you live in a rural area, a small community or a large city, people are interested in the activities of people who …