The latest in the war against teachers' unions: Amendment 1622, introduced by a small group of Republicans and slipped into the proposed state budget bill now in the Senate.
Click here to learn why OEA and CEA oppose the budget bill as it is currently constructed.
Never before, in the history of the school district, have we received the 211 postings so far behind schedule.
Teachers told the Columbus Education Commission that testing requirements eat up much of their schedules. They also said that parents are not involved enough-and neither is the community at large.
This is the time of the year when principals begin to organize their staffs. It's mostly the elementary principals who seem to be confused by this process-- every year.
It's that time of the year again. Regional Executive Directors (REDs) put on their yellow tutus and pull out their baskets of lemons-- the district's ineffective building principals.
How do we define "real" success? Is it about test scores?
The Board of Education has begun the process of searching for our next superintendent and has contracted with the executive search firm, Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates, to assist the Board with this process.
The deadline for applications for CEA scholarships is Friday, April 26, at 5 p.m.
Click HERE to download Section 302.05 (Elementary Recess and Letter of Agreement)