Ohio Education Association Stands in Solidarity with Protestors Demanding an End to Systemic Racism and Brutality in wake of George Floyd’s Death

As Americans exercise their fundamental right to free speech by taking part in protests across the nation, the Ohio Education Association (OEA) joins them in urging long overdue reforms to address the unacceptable racial disparities in the United States.

Legislative Watch – May 29, 2020

House Passes Reduction Testing Reduction Act

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OEA Higher Education Benefit

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In Senate Testimony, Ohio Education Association Urges Lawmakers to Prioritize Health and Safety in School Re-Opening Plans

Ohio Education Association (OEA) President Scott DiMauro today urged members of the Senate Finance Committee to ensure the safety of students, educators, support staff, and community members as new policies are created to move forward in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Urge Congress to Provide Aid to State and Local Governments

Please join fellow OEA members in asking their representatives in the U.S. Congress to include funding for state and local governments in the next COVID-19 relief package. This federal legislation should also include money for more worker protections for school employees and greater internet access for students.

Ohio Education Association Vows to Continue Fight Against Ill-Conceived State Takeover Law in Wake of Supreme Court Decision

The Ohio Education Association (OEA) is disappointed but undeterred by the Ohio Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the 2015 law that allowed the creation of state-appointed academic distress commissions, while wresting control from local school districts and failing to serve the best interests of students

Action Alert: Ohio Education Association Urges Members to Call on Congress to Provide Critical Funding for Schools

OEA President Scott DiMauro to address national audience Thursday to highlight urgent need for federal assistance as Ohio cuts funding for public schools.

Ohio Education Association Urges Federal and State Lawmakers to Provide Relief in Face of Looming Budget Cuts

Governor DeWine’s plans to cut $465 million in funding over the next two months highlight urgent need for help.

Legislative Watch – May 6, 2020

State Budget Reductions Update

Ohio Pension Plans
February 2020 OEA Retirement Systems Update

Report to the OEA Board of Directors — the State Teachers Retirement System, the School Employees Retirement System, & the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System.

NEA Representative Assembly

Interested in becoming a state delegate to the NEA Representative Assembly? Declaration of candidacy forms are located at this link.

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OEA Legal Services — Protecting Your Rights

The high cost of hiring an attorney to protect employment rights should not be a deterrent to an OEA member. Each year, the OEA-NEA Legal Services Program provides paid legal representation to members who are forced to take legal action in a matter relating to their job.

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Shaping a Vision for Accurate, Meaningful State Report Cards

OEA is calling for an end to the use of arbitrary letter grades and questionable methodologies that are biased against low-income districts. Our goal is to make report cards easier to understand so that they are more useful for parents and the community.

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OEA Higher Education Benefit

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Month-at-Glance — Featured Events

OEA Master Calendar

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2019-2020 Online Master Calendar

July 1, 2019 - August 31, 2020
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