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The Ohio Education Association (OEA) commends the unanimous votes today by both chambers of the General Assembly on a comprehensive coronavirus relief package that includes important provisions that impact Ohio’s public schools.
The presidents of the Ohio Education Association and the Ohio Federation of Teachers today sent a letter to the state’s elected leaders about the possible adverse impact on public schools of the proposed new date for the state’s 2020 primary.
[March 12, 2020] The Ohio Education Association (OEA) stands ready to work with state leaders and local school districts to ensure that all students and staff are in a healthy and safe environment.
Members of the Ohio Education Association (OEA) Board of Directors voted unanimously to support a ballot proposal that would raise Ohio’s minimum wage to $13 by 2025, an increase that would benefit more than 1.4 million workers.
The Ohio Education Association (OEA) strongly supports the Ohio Representatives’ plan for EdChoice Vouchers
The Ohio Education Association (OEA) said today it welcomes yesterday’s House vote to resolve the still looming crisis that could make more than 1200 public schools eligible for EdChoice vouchers based on a flawed state report card system.
Members of the Ohio Education Association (OEA) voted unanimously at their December 7th Representative Assembly to recommend a set of comprehensive reforms to the state report card system.
“It is past time to end the use of confusing and misleading state report cards in Ohio,” said OEA President Scott DiMauro. “We need a new report card system that is fair, informative and transparent.”
Columbus Education Association reaches comprehensive conceptual agreement with Columbus City Schools on new labor contract
“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