DOE released the final draft of the state ESSA plan on February 28th. Although DSEA is supportive of a number of elements contained within the current draft of the plan, there are still concerns about a number of issues. Learn more about the proposed plan and voice your concerns by submitting comments to the Dept. of Education.
DSEA currently has a vacancy for the Executive Board for a Sussex County Board member and a Kent County Board member. Per DSEA Bylaws, the terms will begin immediately following the May 17, 2017 Executive Board meeting and expire on August 31, 2018. Sussex County DSEA members and Kent County DSEA members are eligible to run for the positions.
DSEA's Human and Civil Rights Task Force honors Delawareans each year for outstanding contributions and achievements in the areas of human and civil rights. In addition, the HCR Awards recognize outstanding student submissions in writing, art, and technology categories. Their submissions focus on the importance of diversity and its impact on our society.
Join us on April 29th at Delaware State Univeristy's Bank of America Building, to expand on and explore hot topics in education such as social justice, addressing LGBTQ issues, meeting the needs of ELL students in our schools, and leadership training for emerging leaders. We strive for equity for all and would like you to stand with us.
The NEA Leaders for Tomorrow program is an intensive, hands–on leadership development program intended to train NEA Education Support Professional (ESP) members to be strong local leaders. The program is a three session training process held over an eight-month period that is open to dues paying NEA ESP members who meet the program’s eligibility requirements.
This year’s DSEA Read Across America Student Contest will be focusing on the book The Day the Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt. Delaware public school students are invited to take part in our contest by either drawing a poster, making a video, or writing an essay on the book's theme of resolving conflicts.