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OEA to Ohio budget conference committee members: ‘No excuses. Pass the Fair School Funding Plan now.’
OEA President Scott DiMauro released a statement in opposition to House Bills 327 and 322, which both aim to ban Ohio’s public schools from teaching so-called “divisive concepts,” after hearings in the House State and Local Government Committee Tuesday morning.
Updates on Know Your Charter site illustrate harm caused by just one of Ohio’s five voucher programs – the state’s EdChoice performance-based program
Ohio Education Association’s Design Ohio’s Future contest has been extended to accept entries through June 1 to ensure no great ideas for fair maps are left out.
Melissa Cropper, President of the Ohio Federation of Teachers, and Scott DiMauro, President of the Ohio Education Association, released the following joint statement in opposition to HB 61 & SB 132, bills that would ban trans students from competing in school sports consistent with their gender identity.
As Ohio’s lawmakers prepare to once again redraw the state legislative and congressional district maps, Ohio students and educators are being asked to try their own hands at redistricting as part of the Ohio Education Association’s new Design Ohio’s Future contest.
Ohio Education Association welcomes CDC’s commonsense school reopening guidance, urges federal support to implement critical safety measures
Ohio Education Association applauds Board of Ed. Member Collins’ resolution on use of state testing data, but urges further action
In light of more robust revenue estimates, Ohio Education Association urges state lawmakers to pass Fair School Funding Plan now
After Release of Budget ‘Blue Book,’ OEA Urges Lawmakers to Prioritize Education Funding