OEA members are invited to join us for an engaging event that will help us to build relationships through communication.
Ohio’s Election Day is upon us, and it is more important now than ever that educators across Ohio turn out to the polls to make their voices heard and ensure pro-public education candidates advance to the General Election. Please make …
Award-winning art for 24th Annual Create a Cover Contest highlights what Ohio’s students love most about their 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
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria surprised students and staff at Norwood Middle School this week by announcing that Leila Kubesch was selected as Ohio’s 2020 teacher of the year.
The 2023 NEA National Leadership Summit will be held March 10-12, 2023. At this time, the NEA is planning for an in-person experience, to be held at the Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco, CA. The summit will further develop Activist leaders and prepare them with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to lead relevant, thriving associations and to lead in their professions. The theme for the 2023 Summit is Joy, Justice, Excellence: The Strength of Educators. The Brilliance of Students. The Power of Community.
Columbus Education Association reaches comprehensive conceptual agreement with Columbus City Schools on new labor contract. Members will soon review and vote whether to ratify the conceptual agreement.
The design selected for a new “Stop Bullying” Ohio license plate is one created by Brooke Balser, a student at Independence Middle School in Independence. Yost and the OEA announced a contest at the start of May to select the license plate design.
Ohio Education Association and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost are partnering to host a “Stop Bullying” License Plate Design Contest for students in grades K-5. Entries must be postmarked by May 31, 2019.
Guest Blog | By Molly Wassmuth, Westerville E.A. | The 2016 presidential election…it did not turn out the way I had hoped or worked for, despite the fact that I donated, canvassed and phone-banked. Did I do enough?