Audience: Education Support Professionals

When Can I Afford To Retire or Will I Just Die At My Desk?

When Can I Afford To Retire or Will I Just Die At My Desk?   Baby, it’s cold outside, but NEA Member Benefits is heating things up with more engagement opportunities in February. You can use the link below to …

OEA applauds court decision striking down gerrymandered maps

OEA applauds the wisdom of the OH Supreme Court in striking down the gerrymandered maps that would have denied Ohioans a real voice in the Statehouse. This is a huge victory for voters & Ohio schools, which are greatly impacted by the decisions of the state’s elected lawmakers.

The Benefits of Shopping with NEA Member Benefits

NEA Member Benefits want to show you some ways you can get “Black Friday” deals every day all year long.

Wellness Grant

OEA’s Wellness Grants Help Locals Support Member Well-Being

ESP Educator Voice Academy

 Overview In 2019, the NEA created the Educator Voice Academies (EVAs) to help build an understanding of opportunities within ESSA and the power of lifting and amplifying educator voices for state and local affiliate members. This effort was led …

October-November 2021 Ohio Schools

Empowering Students – 2022 Ohio Teacher of the Year Kurt Russell, a social studies teacher at Oberlin High School, wants his students to be authentic, confident, and know their potential

2021-2022 OEA Member Resource Guide

The new 2021-2022 OEA Member Resource Guide is an overview to help you make the most of your OEA Membership

ESP survey

The CDC Foundation is seeking survey information from Education Support Professionals. Ultimately, their participation leads to safer schools. They are particularly interested in hearing from custodial and maintenance and skilled trades members.

Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week is May 2-6 and it’s time once again to encourage people in communities across Ohio to show their gratitude for all the ways teachers, education support professionals, and all educators who work in our public schools make a difference in the lives of students. With so many OEA members seriously considering leaving the profession early and too few young people choosing education as a career, gratitude is not enough. Educators deserve SUPPORT and RESPECT.

Ohio Code of Conduct FAQs

Below are documents for a variety of topics to Frequently Asked Questions relating to Ohio’s Code of Conduct developed jointly between OEA and the Ohio Department of Education. Click on each topic to down each document in .pdf format in …

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