Louisville Education Association on Strike

From LEA;
If you would like to help out the striking members of the LEA, below is a list of some of the needs. These items can be dropped off at strike headquarters: 208 Woodard Ave (beside Burger King)
-Diapers Sizes 1, 2, 4, 5
-Similac Organic Optigro powder formula
-Whole Milk
-Free & Clear Laundry Detergent
-Free & Clear Fabric Softener
-Gain laundry Pods
-Feminine hygiene products
-Cat litter
-Blue puppy food
-Purina dog chow
-Science Diet Adult Large Breed
-Beneful dog food
-Pedigree adult dry dog food
-Gas gift cards
Thank you so much for all of your support!

GEA members can bring items to me (Ellen Rybak) and I will see that they get to Louisville Teachers. You can visit theĀ Louisville Education Association – LEA Ohio page on Facebook for more information.

Get ESSA Right- From the NEA

Last year, you fought hard to ensure that No Child Left Behind’s replacement would guarantee every student access to a quality education regardless of their zip code. By rallying together, educators, parents, students, and community members were instrumental in passing the Every Student Succeeds Act and ending the era of test and punish.

ESSA represents an opportunity for students and educators, and some big changes. The new school year is just around the corner, and we know you’re wondering what ESSA means for you, and how to implement ESSA where you live.

That’s why we’ve launched getESSAright.org, a new hub for all the information you need about this new law and how you can help make sure the law is implemented successfully – check it out today!

At getESSAright.org, you’ll find:

  • an overview of what’s in the law

  • professional practice guides for educators

  • information for parents

  • resources on testing

  • help with how to implement the law well in your community

  • opportunities to take action.

You can also get connected to other educators, parents, and state and local association staff who are working tirelessly to get ESSA right in every zip code.