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Attend OEA’s Organizing Summit!

March 13-15, 2015

The OEA Organizing Summit is specifically for OEA members who are…

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OEA Member’s Letter to the Editor: Standardized Testing

Teacher, local president and OEA Board Member Kelvin Calkins…

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Fair Shot for All

Building a Better Oregon Earlier this month, community and labor…

OEA Member’s Letter to the Editor: Standardized Testing

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Teacher, local president and OEA Board Member Kelvin Calkins submitted this Letter to the Editor to his local newspaper, the Hood River News, on Jan. 14, 2015. It is an excellent example of how to advocate for your students outside the classroom in your own community! If you would like help writing your own LTE on issues of importance to our public schools, contact the OEA Continue Reading

Oregon Education Association Supports U.S. Postal Workers in Campaign Against Staples

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Recently, the leadership of the Oregon Education Association approved a resolution showing solidarity with and support for U.S. Postal Workers in their campaign against Staples. Staples and the U.S. Postal Service have cut a deal that jeopardizes mail service for Oregonians and post offices in local communities. In fact, post offices across the country are at Continue Reading

Retirement in Reach

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Building a Foundation for Retirement Security

Every working Oregonian should have an affordable, secure way to plan and save for retirement.

The 2013 Oregon Legislature took an important step forward to ensure retirement is within reach for more Oregonians. Lawmakers passed House Bill 3436 which creates a task force will study and recommend a solution that Continue Reading

Sign the Petition to Keep Students Safe from Gun Violence

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Help reduce gun violence in our schools and communities. The senseless tragedy in Newtown was a tipping point and galvanization for action. As educators, we have grieved too long and too often—for the children killed, their families and the heroic educators who gave their lives trying to protect their students. Now more than ever we need to do what is necessary to make sure Continue Reading