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The Ohio Federation of Teachers today joined a national call for a moratorium on the stakes associated with Common Core assessments until the standards are properly implemented and field-tested.
Ohio Federation of Teachers President Melissa Cropper travels to Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday to share her experiences as a teacher in mobilizing educators and the community to improve public education.
(Columbus - March 5, 2013) Rep. Fred Strahorn (D-Dayton) and Sen. Nina Turner (D-Cleveland) Thursday will introduce a bill to end employment discrimination for graduate assistants and adjuncts at Ohio's public colleges and universities. The bill would remove an exemption from state law that prohibits these part-time employees from collective bargaining.
The 2013 Ohio Federation of Teachers convention opens Feb. 21 with President Melissa Cropper's State of the Union address and a lobby activity with some 300 delegates meeting with legislators about public education.
Early childhood education critical to student success; transparency, tax relief owed to citizens -- Statement by Ohio Federation of Teachers President Melissa Cropper
(Aug. 25, 2015) Big news: Americans agree with educators about the biggest issues facing our schools. What tops the list?
The House should concur on HB 2 to hold charter schools accountable for failed academic results and financial missteps. A vote to concur will update a weak HB 2 with stronger accountability provisions from SB 148. Urge your Representative to concur on HB 2. #concurHB2
ONA and OFT push the Ohio Senate to amend the budget bill to give back union rights to home health care, child care providers.
As the issue of marriage equality comes before the U.S. Supreme Court, OFT celebrates a long history of standing on the right side of history as a supporter of fairness and equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.