We spent seven days on strike fighting for the schools our students deserve.
The OEA members of the Ad Hoc Committee on school closures chose not to sign on to the recommendations for community engagement and criteria for selecting schools to be part of the process that district staff will be presenting to the board.
Join us in May to demand the full funding, not closure or privatization, of our neighborhood public schools.
On Sunday, March 3, Oakland Education Association members voted to ratify our contract.
Dear Student Leaders of All City Council Student Union, Youth Together, California For Justice, Oakland Kids First, AYPAL, and REAL HARD,Thank you for standing with Oakland Educators in this fight for the schools Oakland students deserve.
After seven days on strike – with 95% of our members on the line, 97% of students out of school, and tens of thousands on our picket lines and rallies – we have reached a Tentative Agreement!
To The Teachers of Oakland (from Alice Walker) — Dear Teachers of Oakland, I am honored to have been asked to speak to you today, or, in the event, to send you a message of solidarity and support. As many of you know, having read my work over the years (hopefully!) Teachers are some of my favorite people. I have a deep respect for you. A deep caring that you are treated fairly. That you are treated well.