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Anti-Worker Organizers are Targeting Union Members

Aggressive anti-union efforts are happening around the nation…

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2018 TELL Survey

TELL Survey Shows Areas of Promise, and Concern Oregon educators…

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Disrupted Learning Town Hall Forums

Spring 2018

Right now, many of our students are entering our classrooms not…

Anti-Worker Organizers are Targeting Union Members

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Aggressive anti-union efforts are happening around the nation right now. These efforts to weaken unions and worker power, from groups like the Freedom Foundation and Opt-Out Today, can be misleading and confusing. Here is some information that you might find helpful if you come into contact with any of these organizations by phone, mail, or email. 

THE FACTS:
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2018 TELL Survey

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TELL Survey Shows Areas of Promise, and Concern

Oregon educators are seeing improvements in their access to technology and professional learning, but face increasing challenges with policies involving managing student conduct, according to results of the latest Teaching, Empowering, Leading, and Learning (TELL) Survey, released April 23.

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2018 Legislative Session Wrap-Up

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The 2018 Oregon Legislative Session has come to an end, and as always, OEA members made a tremendous impact on the outcome of the work done at the Capitol. In just 21 days, OEA members emailed or called their legislators more than 1,700 times. More than 150 OEA members attended OEA Lobby Day on Feb. 5, 2018 and held meetings with nearly every single legislator Continue Reading

Supreme Court Case: Janus v AFSCME

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It is no accident that more and more Americans are struggling to get ahead and provide economic stability for their families. For too long, corporate special interests and politicians who do their bidding have rigged the economy against working people to favor the wealthy and powerful.

Now those same special interests have brought a court case looks to divide and Continue Reading

It’s Time to Take Action on Gun Violence

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Our hearts are broken yet again by the senseless and tragic shooting in our nation’s public schools, this time in Parkland, Florida. This hits so close to home as our educators and students here in Oregon spend significant time each school year practicing drills for catastrophic events such as this one. This shooting is the eighteenth school shooting so far in Continue Reading

Addressing Student Behavior

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No matter the age, student behaviors can be challenging as an educator. Here are some strategies and practices to keep in mind.

If you haven’t already, take time to write out your specific expectations of students in each setting of their day and share them with your students in writing, verbally, and through modeling.

ESP Leaders for Tomorrow program

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Calling dedicated Education Support Professionals! The OEA Union School is now accepting applications for its ESP Leaders for Tomorrow program, an ongoing course that trains both current and future ESP leaders to become visible, vocal advocates at the local, state and national levels of OEA/NEA. 

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Expanded Teacher of the Year Program

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ODE recently announced an expansion to the Oregon Teacher of the Year program. Now, Oregon will honor 19 regional teachers of the year from each of the state's Education Service Districts

The 2019 Oregon Teacher of the Year will be chosen from this group of 19 exemplary educators. Each regional honoree will also receive a cash prize of $500. 

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OEA President’s Statement on the Resignation of ODE Chief State Schools Officer

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“Oregon’s educators offer our deepest gratitude to Salam Noor for his years of service to Oregon students at the Oregon Department of Education. Salam has been a steady and passionate voice for students and championed a vision for a well-rounded education for the department. His work to move our state toward a more balanced system of assessment and bringing together all Continue Reading

Introducing Today’s OEA digital magazine!

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Today’s OEA is the quarterly member publication of the OEA; we strive to create rich, interesting content that is relevant to the broad diversity of our membership. This school year, we are excited to officially launch the digital version of Today's OEA at todaysoea.org, a sister website to the OEA! Our digital magazine will include all of the content you receive Continue Reading

OEA Pledges to #PROTECTDREAMERS

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On Tuesday, President Donald Trump announced that he will end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which will revoke the protected status of over 800,000 people currently residing in the United States. Oregon is home to over 11,000 DACA recipients, often called “Dreamers”, many of whom are young people who have no memory of living anywhere Continue Reading

Dismantling DACA is a vicious assault on students and educators

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“Dismantling the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is a vicious assault on students, educators, small business owners, healthcare workers, and so many others contributing to their families and communities.  DACA has proven to be an unqualified success, providing new opportunities and futures for nearly 800,000 Dreamers who live, study, and work in Continue Reading

Freedom Foundation Continues Attacks on OEA

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We've learned that the anti-union Freedom Foundation has once again spammed thousands of Oregon educators through direct mail peddling their lies and propaganda. This comes after a series of incidents last year where they either sent mail or knocked on many of your doors.

We are hearing similar reports from our neighboring NEA state affiliate leaders in Continue Reading

Innovative Ideas Receive Recognition from OEA

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Oregon Education Association is proud to support educators who go above and beyond to create a better future for their students, peers, and public education in general. The grant programs facilitated by OEA's Center for Great Public Schools provide funding to members who want to implement innovative ideas in their classroom, school, or community. 


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OEA Helps Block Voucher Bill from Advancing in Oregon Legislature

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44,000 members strong, the Oregon Education Association is actively working to defeat efforts by the DeVos-Trump administration, dark money groups and other opponents of high-quality public schools from hurting our students, members, families and communities.

Members of the Senate Education Committee held an informational hearing this week in Salem on a bill that Continue Reading

What You Need to Know About PERS

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Changes to PERS Underway

There have been two major changes to PERS. These changes created Tier 2 and OPSRP, which resulted in a large reduction in overall benefits for PERS recipients. These changes have helped stabilize the system, but benefits are still closely tied to returns of the stock market. The economic collapse of 2008 was devastating to PERS accounts Continue Reading

Oregon Educators Elect New OEA Leadership Team

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The Oregon Education Association held its 2017 Representative Assembly (RA) on April 21 and 22 in Portland. Over 500 delegates, representing nearly every school district in the state, gathered to adapt bylaws and policies, set organizational priorities, and vote on several OEA leadership positions. The annual gathering is the largest democratic assembly in Continue Reading

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