Blogs: OSBA staff contribute to blogs that provide up-to-date information to help members in their roles, including Achievement Matters, which covers timely student achievement topics; Facts in a Flash: OSBA’s weekly legislative update; and Legal Ledger, where you can review the latest legal topics affecting school districts.
Databases: access the OSBA levy, student achievement program or other databases
Disaster tool kit for schools: use these resources to ensure your district is prepared in the case of a disaster
Hosting a candidates' night: Learn about candidates' views and positions on education by hosting a candidates' night. This step-by-step guide includes timelines, logistics and sample questions, invitation and press release.
Important links: Connect with other school districts, associations and OSBA staff
Infographics: view infographics that tell the story of Ohio schools
Issues in the schoolhouse: Resources the cover issues students deal with daily
OSBA fact sheets, fast facts, white papers and brochures: delve into the current topics in education
OSBA VendorBook: use this directory to find the best products and services for your schools
Overcoming barriers tool kits: The resources on these pages are intended to assist districts in helping students deal with numerous issues outside of the classroom that affect their academic performance, including chronic absenteeism, equity in education, mental health and poverty.
Promoting student achievement tool kit: resources to help you promote student accomplishments to your district
School board safety checklist: This best practices checklist offers tips to help school boards provide a safe and healthy meeting setting that permits positive interactions with school staff, students and visitors.
School safety resources: Resources and agencies that can assist as you build your safety plans and evaluate the various ways you are working to keep your students safe
Success: this e-newletter offers tips to improve student achievement
Working with the news media: helpful tips for when the news media calls