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Teachers that have some kind of student growth from last year can apply for the Performance Bonus. Growth does not have to come from a standardized test or be related to your SGM. You can apply if you can show that your students are performing “significantly “above” expectations”. HR will be sending out the application and process soon. Performance Bonus information is on pg. 44 of your contract. Check the resources page on the website or click here.

OEA Awards and Scholarships

OEA has several awards and scholarships that you may be interested in. Please click the link below to learn more.

OEA-Awards-Flyer-2018-2019

 

November Member Workshop – Save the date!

REA November Member Workshop is Nov. 18 – 4:15 – 5:15

Are you in year 2-4 of RESA or need an IPDP?

Our next workshop will help RESA teachers understand how to write for Year 3 so that you’re successful on your first attempt. We’ll also have discussion about how to fulfill Year 4 leadership requirements. Sarah Schulze will hold a help session in writing an IPDP to get you going.
We’ll have dinner. Look for an RSVP in an upcoming email.

 

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Cleveland Cavaliers’ OEA Night — Jan. 4th

https://www.ohea.org/event/cleveland-cavaliers-oea-night-jan-4th/

The Cleveland Cavaliers are teaming up with OEA for an Educators Appreciation Night Saturday, January 4th as the @Cavs take on the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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Moratorium Declared on State School Takeovers New Ohio Graduation Rules Ready

https://www.dispatch.com/news/20190716/moratorium-declared-on-state-school-takeovers-new-ohio-graduation-rules-ready

 

“The state budget deal imposing a moratorium on new Academic Distress Commissions tacitly admits what educators, parents and students have known all along—that state takeovers don’t work. Sadly, the legislature leaves the communities of Youngstown, Lorain and East Cleveland languishing under a failing law until they can finally figure out how to give districts struggling with high levels of poverty the support they need. As we continue the fight to pass HB 154 to repeal state takeovers and restore local control, I am deeply disappointed in the decision to allow CEOs to continue wreaking havoc on our schools.” 

Scott Dimauro, Ohio Education Association President, 7/16/2019, Facebook