When school comes back this fall, we want it to be safe for students, teachers, support professionals and administrators.
Resources for understanding and teaching about racial and social justice in Oklahoma classrooms.
Public education in Oklahoma faces many challenges and opportunities in the coming year. OEA members and leaders are looking ahead to the 2020 election, which will have a lasting effect on our schools. The lawmakers and officials on the ballot will make decisions about everything from the state budget to curriculum.
The New Educators of Oklahoma Network – NEON – is an OEA community to which we want you to belong. We will walk along side you on your education journey, as NEON was formed by early career educators for early career educators.
We want YOU to be successful so your students can be successful.
While membership in the OEA definitely provides you with important personal liability insurance, useful NEA and OEA member benefits and discounts, and up-to-the-minute news and legislative information, that’s not why we want you to belong to OEA’s NEON early career educator group.
We strive to empower you through lasting professional relationships, relevant and timely professional learning, and association activism, so that you can become an agent of change and own your profession.
Andrew Zhang, a sixth grader at Norman’s Whittier Middle School, has won best in show in the poster contest. See all the winners inside.