Audience: Retired member

OEA lays out bold vision for 135th General Assembly

Ohio Education Association lays out bold vision for 135th General Assembly (OEA) and calls on state leaders to prioritize supporting Ohio’s educators and public school students.

February – March 2023 Ohio Schools

COVER STORY: Finding a voice – Union involvement empowers Ohio’s Education Support Professionals. FEATURE: Family Ties part II – As the number of students pursuing education declines, and districts throughout the state find it increasingly difficult to fill positions, a …

All in for Ohio Kids responds to Gov. DeWine’s proposed budget

Public Education Supporters Respond to Governor DeWine’s Proposed Biennial Budget

Consider a Career in Education

Ohio’s educators change lives every day. Whether working as teachers or in the support roles that make our schools run smoothly and allow our children to thrive, educators of all races, backgrounds, and genders enjoy rewarding careers serving Ohio’s 1.7 million public school students. Ohio’s students need you. Learn more about the education profession and what it takes to get started.

Student Debt Expert webinar

New Year, New Student Debt Join our expert webinar on the latest student debt updates! Due to efforts by the Biden Administration, over 360,000 educators and public service workers have received $24 billion in student loan forgiveness through the Limited …

Student Debt Relief

On January 10, 2023 the Department of Education released a proposed regulation that delivers on the plan President Biden announced in August to provide millions of borrowers with more affordable monthly student loan payments

Educator Appreciation Night: Cleveland Cavs vs New Orleans Pelicans

The Cleveland Cavaliers are teaming up with OEA for an Educators Appreciation Night on Monday, January 16 as the Cavs take on the New Orleans Pelicans. SPECIAL OFFER! Educators will receive discounted tickets to attend the game! You MUST purchase …

Legislative Watch – December 16, 2022

HJR 6 Does Not Advance in Lame Duck; Anti-Honesty in Education Censorship Bills Fail to Pass in 134th Ohio General Assembly ; Efforts to Gut State Board of Education Fails on House Floor; Ohio General Assembly Approves Spending Bill; HB 554 – Expired Educator Licenses Can Be Immediately Renewed for At Least Two Years ; Legislature Passes Bill that Limits Voting Rights; Bill to Repeal Retention Under TGRG Not Enacted; HB 509 – School Psychologist Licenses Moved from ODE to State Board of Psychology

OEA reflects on final days of Lame Duck

Ohio Education Association reflects on the final days of Lame Duck, looks forward to working with lawmakers to support public education and educators in new session

Ohio Teacher of the Year Melissa Kmetz
December – January 2023 Ohio Schools

Power to Change the World: 2023 Ohio Teacher of the Year Melissa Kmetz says the most important lesson she can teach students is to know their power

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