Monthly Archives: November 2013

OEA communique

So this piece of communication from OEA Uni-serve in Hudson is now coming in electronic form – and yes they seemed to have scanned it in incorrectly – I tried to alter it, and could do so to one page … Continue reading

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think it over

just a thought – or two… http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/living-in-dialogue/2013/11/is_the_common_core_becoming_a_.html?cmp=ENL-EU-NEWS2 are we all just drinking the cool aid??  

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Google Ops…

Yes you can go paperless in your classroom – or just about…you can be as paper free as you want to be…Angela and I are collaborating to show you how to make this happen – we will offer trainings at … Continue reading

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letter from OEA president

Statement by OEA President Becky Higgins How the state could make effective use of the $400 million in savings due to Medicaid expansion. First of all, we welcome a healthy debate on this subject. There are a host of needs … Continue reading

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more HB updates – read…

Senate Bill 229 (R-Gardner): Legislation Lowering Academic Growth Factor on Teacher Evaluations Scheduled for First Hearing SB 229, introduced by Sen. Randy Gardner (R-Bowling Green), would help make Ohio’s new system for evaluating teachers more effective, fair and efficient by … Continue reading

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ohio HB news

Common Core Curriculum Bills Receive Hearings – BIG NEWS – (pasted below)Senate Bill 229 (R-Gardner) Would Lower Academic Growth Factor on Teacher Evaluations and Reduce Frequency of Evaluations for Highly Rated Teachers Sen. Randy Gardner (R-Bowling Green) has introduced legislation … Continue reading

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upNates in November

Greetings all – some of your executive team and bargaining team members will be busy the next few weekends attending conferences and the like in order to network and gather information for NHEA.  You can see these activities reflected on … Continue reading

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party time, excellent…

email post…add this to your social calendar…;-)   Please join us for NHEA’s Fall Social at Marcelita’s in Hudson on Friday, November 15th starting at 3:00. Appetizers will be provided. Please come and enjoy the company of your fellow NHEA … Continue reading

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spread the word – and quick

hey everyone – here is a copy and paste of an announcement that came through from OEA – nice sounding euphemism for something that is not got for teachers… On Election Day, Decline to Sign the “Workplace Freedom” amendment petition at your … Continue reading

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more info on SCRTW…and update

UPDATE – There will not be a hearing next week on House Bill 152, the public sector “right-to-work” legislation.  We still need you to talk to your colleagues, friends, family and neighbors about why “Right-to-Work” is wrong.  Wrong for working and middle … Continue reading

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