OEA Government Relations has developed and will maintain a legislative scorecard for each member of the Ohio General Assembly.
It tracks floor votes on bills that OEA has taken a position (support/oppose) and notified legislators of this position.
Additionally, co-sponsors of bills that OEA has intense interest (either in favor or against) are also tracked.
Download the Scorecard
Updated September 26, 2018
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- OEA Legislative Policies (as adopted December 2017)
- House Bill 21 would improve charter student residency verification. OEA supported this bill. It passed the House 94-0 and the Senate 32-0.
- House Bill 87 requires misspent public funds recovered from charter schools to be returned to school districts. OEA supported this bill. It passed the House 94-2 and the Senate 30-2.
- House Bill 540 would enact comprehensive reforms to the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES). OEA supports this bill. It passed the House 91-2.
- An amendment to House Bill 87 was offered on the Senate Floor to extend alternative graduation pathways for two years. OEA supports this amendment. It was tabled by a vote of 21-11.
- House Bill 572 requires the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) to grant a full year of service credit to certain employers of County Boards of Developmental Disabilities. OEA supports this bill. It passed the House 93-0.
- Senate Bill 39 strengthens charter e-school accountability and transparency.
- Senate Bill 240 would improve the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) based on recommendations of the Educator Standards Board.
- Senate Bill 246 would limit out-of-school suspensions and expulsions for K-3 students for most non-violent incidents and require schools to implement a positive behavior intervention and support framework (PBIS).
- House Bill 53 is Right to Work is wrong legislation for the public sector.
- Senate Bill 85 would greatly expand private school vouchers in the state.
- House Bill 113 is Right to Work is wrong legislation for the private sector.
- House Bill 200 would greatly expand private school vouchers in the state.
- House Bill 298 would reduce sick leave for public employees and exclude sick leave from collective bargaining.
- House Bill 512 would consolidate the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio Department of Higher Education, and the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation into a single cabinet-level agency and strip the State Board of Education of most of its functions.
- HJR 7 is a proposed constitutional amendment to institute Right to Work is wrong for the public sector.
- HJR 8 is a proposed constitutional amendment to institute Right to Work is wrong for the private sector.
- HJR 9 is a proposed constitutional amendment eliminating prevailing wage.
- HJR 10 is a proposed constitutional amendment prohibiting project labor agreements.
- HJR 11 is a proposed constitutional amendment requiring annual re-certification for labor unions.
- HJR 12 is a proposed constitutional amendment prohibiting payroll deduction for union dues.