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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.
Welcome to the 2019 OEA-R Election season. Election-America will again serve as our service provider. The 2019 Election period opens October 1, 2019, at 9 a.m., Eastern time. Please watch your U.S. Mail delivery for an Official Election Notice. It …
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
“Sadly, the legislature leaves the communities of Youngstown, Lorain and East Cleveland languishing under a failing law until they can figure out how to give districts struggling with high levels of poverty the support they need,” said OEA President Scott DiMauro
Summer is here (almost). It is time to celebrate and thank the hard work teachers have put in all year!
Ohio’s New Educators (ONE) is hosting a series of one-day workshops that will help you feel confident and prepared as a new educator. Choose from July 10th, 22nd, 23rd, & Aug. 6th
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.
The OEA Bargaining Boot Camps will provide local-specific financial analysis, health insurance, and contract language assessments.
All elected presidents of OEA locals, including those elected for the 2019-2020 school year, are invited to participate in a special training program June 18-19 at the Columbus Renaissance Hotel. Pre-registration is required
State Representatives Joseph A. Miller III (D-Amherst) and Don Jones (R-Freeport) recently announced they will soon introduce bipartisan legislation to repeal portions of House Bill 70 — the state takeover bill.