Media

OEA communicates through a wide variety of print and digital media to inform and engage public school educators and allies of public education. Members of the press and others can also find current and archived press releases here.

 

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Press Releases

For media inquiries please contact: Michele Prater (614) 227-3071 or (614) 378-0469 or email praterm@ohea.org. If you are on deadline, write, “Help, I’m on deadline!” as the subject of your email.

 

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Ohio Schools Magazine

Ohio Schools is the OEA’s flagship publication, reaching the Association’s 123,000 members. Printed bimonthly and mailed to members, it is also available to read online. The magazine explores topics related to the education challenges — and opportunities — facing educators throughout Ohio.

 

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Social Media

Don’t underestimate the power of social media and your involvement in it. Make sure your social networks know that you care passionately about public education — and show them how they can help us defend it! OEA offers many ways for you to connect with the Association and your colleagues through social media.

 

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Voices of Change

From the personal to the political, Voices of Change is the OEA blog, where member bloggers, staff and special guests express their unique perspectives on public education and related issues.

 

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Presidents’ Mailing

This monthly mailing is sent to local presidents and contains timely OEA information for your use and/or to share with your membership.

 

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My OEA

My OEA is the mobile app from OEA that allows you to interact with OEA, wherever you are. With My OEA you can find upcoming OEA events, take action on legislation and policy affecting public education, contact OEA, read Voices of Change and Ohio Schools, connect to OEA on social media, and more.

 

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NEA Directors’ Reports

The Ohio NEA Directors’ Report is an NEA newsletter for members only, covering the national news on matter relevant to Ohio.

 

 

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