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Student Loan Forgiveness Workshops

Are your student loans keeping you down? Your Association may be able to help you. 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 …

OEA – Teacher wage gap report highlights teacher shortage cause

A new report from the Economic Policy Institute examining the “teacher wage penalty” data is shining the spotlight on one of the root issues behind Ohio’s growing educator recruitment and retention crisis

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I Don’t Want to STRIKE, But I WILL! – Stories of OEA Members Fighting for a Fair Contract

Learn from OEA members discussing their experiences of fighting for better learning and working conditions for students, educators, and the communities they serve. Learn some strategies and meet other educators that are managing a bargaining crisis.

EEL Program Resources

This content is for OEA members only.

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Educator Resource – Adopt a cow for your classroom for the school year (Deadline Sept 15) The teacher pay gap hit a record high in 2021, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute. In Ohio, teachers are …

2022-2023 OEA Member Resource Guide

The new 2022-2023 OEA Member Resource Guide is an overview to help you make the most of your OEA Membership

2018 OEA Election Guide
Ohio Education Association Candidate Endorsements

Ohio’s (second) Primary 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. …

Public Sector Employment and Political Activism: Using Your Voice While Protecting Your Job

The First Amendment protects all citizens of the United States by limiting the government’s ability to abridge freedom of speech. However, when the government is also a person’s employer things can become a bit more complicated.

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!

A Teacher’s Brain Following Yet Another School Shooting…and Yet Another Misguided Response by Legislators

Ohio Teacher Julie Holderbaum shares more questions whirling around in a teacher’s brain…this time following a school shooting and recent legislation passed in light of it.

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