Topic: Collective bargaining

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OEA Boot Camps 2.0

The OEA Bargaining Boot Camps will provide local-specific financial analysis, health insurance, and contract language assessments.

Ohio House Bill 70 Hijacked Democracy

Guest Blog | By Jeanne Melvin, OEA-Retired | A state takeover is part of the effort to privatize public education. Without a public hearing, the hijacked HB 70 passed the Senate and the House and was sent to the governor and signed into law. #OverTestedOH #RedForEd

Our Stories — #OvertestedOH #RedForEd

By Courtney Johnson, Columbus Education Association I love my Job! Yet, I felt complicit in a crime…. It is wrong to subject young people to this much testing…. I called my union. | #OvertestedOH #RedForEd

Blog: The Antidote to Despair

By Julie Rine is an English Instructor and an Academic Challenge Advisor at Minerva High School, Minerva, Ohio.

Caveat Emptor — Don’t Believe the Lies

“The energy we are seeing with teachers standing up in the neighboring states of West Virginia and Kentucky and elsewhere as the #RedForEd movement spreads across the country is unparalleled in recent history. Public opinion is with us.” [You Cannot …

U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus Ruling Deals Blow to Ohio’s Working Families

The decision is a concerted attempt to weaken collective-bargaining rights by imposing right-to-work rules on public unions across the nation, including the Ohio Education Association’s more than 125,000 members.

Benjamin Local Classified Employees Win Union Election

The Benjamin Local SD’s classified employees will join the district’s 115+ educators of the Benjamin Logan EA, who have been a part of OEA since 1974.

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Stand Strong for Public Education…Together, We Can!

Together, we are continuing the fight for strong public schools by strengthening our locals and demonstrating value and relevance to our members.

U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus Ruling Deals Blow to Ohio’s Working Families

The decision is a concerted attempt to weaken collective-bargaining rights by imposing right-to-work rules on public unions across the nation, including the Ohio Education Association’s more than 125,000 members. It also contradicts the wishes of the American public. A recent Pew Research Center study reveals how more than half of Americans (51%) say the large reduction in union representation has been mostly bad for working people in the U.S.

Collective Bargaining

Without collective bargaining, we can’t advocate for our students’ learning conditions and our working conditions. Being involved in OEA gives us the resources to do that. We believe in public education, we support each other, and, most importantly, we always …

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