Audience: Higher Education faculty

Student Loan Forgiveness Workshop

In addition to the date for student loan payments to resume being pushed back SIX times since March 2020, last fall the US Dep’t of Ed announced major reform to the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program and provided new hope and faster relief for over 550,000 borrowers! However, borrowers must act before Oct. 31, 2022!

OEA Lobby Day

Make your voices heard on June 2nd

Ohio Early Mid-Career Retirement workshop

NEA Member Benefits is proud to offer a special zoom workshop to help members identify what you don’t know that you don’t know about retirement

Student Loan Forgiveness ZOOM Workshops

The demand for information about loan forgiveness increased exponentially following the announcement of the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program overhaul announced by the Department of Education in October 2021. By popular demand, NEA Member Benefits is continuing to offer additional Student Loan Forgiveness ZOOM workshops

April – May 2022 Ohio Schools

Prioritizing Student Health – When COVID-19 threatened those under his care, district school nurse David Pryer made sure Allen East students, teachers, and staff could return to school safely

Student Loan Forgiveness Workshop

Will April showers bring just May flowers… or is student loan forgiveness a possibility, too? What’s all this I hear about loan forgiveness? Am I eligible? What about student loan repayment; will I have to start paying again in May? …

Foundation Gala

Thank you to all our attending members and guests who participated in the 2022 Foundation Gala commemorating the OEA 175th anniversary.

OEA condemns latest version of House Bill 327

Ohio Education Association condemns latest version of House Bill 327, vows to continue fight to give Ohio’s children an honest education

Backpack Bill would come at enormous cost

The Ohio Education Association (OEA) is sounding the alarm about the grievous consequences House Bill 290 – known as the Backpack Bill — would bring for Ohio’s children and communities. HB 290 would drive a massive hole in the state budget with little accountability for the money, all while leading to greater racial segregation and worse student outcomes, OEA leaders warn.

Resilient and Ready: Practicing Resiliency in the Education Community

Knowledge of self-regulation, managing and coping with stress, perseverance, and empathy are essential foundations for academic achievement. As important members of the education community, educators embody the characteristics of education achievement and model them for students and colleagues. By further …

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