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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
A bill to hold charter school operators accountable will move toward a final vote tomorrow. However, we believe the conference committee overstepped its authority by adding a new provision to the bill to kill educator pensions.
The Ohio Education Association and the Ohio Federation of Teachers sent a letter to Ohio's State Board of Education President Thomas Gunlock regarding #chartergate. Read the letter.
(Aug. 25, 2015) Big news: Americans agree with educators about the biggest issues facing our schools. What tops the list?