What's Happening Now
A Special Session Is Our Second Chance
Alicia Priest, president of the Oklahoma Education Association, wrote an open letter today to Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and members of the Oklahoma Senate and House of Representatives, calling for a special session to address the funding crisis affecting core state services.
Read the full article in our OEA Connected blog.
From Your Counsel
5 Tips for Dealing with violent Students
Associate General Counsel Heath Merchen outlines five things to remember when things turn violent. Read the full article inside.
OEA members now have the option to receive the monthly Education Focus
, via our website rather than by regular mail. Learn more.
OEA Education Support Professionals
Education Support Professionals are vital partners in the success of our schools. They play an equally important part in the Association. Learn more about ESPs
and the work they do.
Visit the NEA's ESP page to see videos of support professionals talking about how It's More Than a Job, It's a Career
. Hit the link and scroll down the page to find the videos.
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Partners & Affiliated Agencies
Online Professional Development
OEA members can listen to and watch two webinars on teaching with the new Oklahoma Academic Standards in our Members Only section. "Using the OAS-ELA to Teach, Assess & Lead in the ELA Classroom" and "On a New Path for Math: Engaging Students with the Oklahoma Academic Standards" are now both available inside.
Protecting Education Pensions
A quick comparison of defined benefit and defined contribution, myth vs. fact, and more resources on your pension. Pensions page.
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Oklahoma Retired Educators Association
OREA provides a voice for retired education employees, secures and protects benefits and enhances the quality of life for its members. The organization has chapters all over the state where retired teachers can get involved and work collectively for a better lilfe after leaving the profession. Get active today.