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Legislative Action Center

Call to Action: Budget Crisis and Our Solution

As you are well aware, the State of Delaware is facing serious budget issues.  We are reaching out to keep you informed as to the latest updates on the budget and to let you know how we as DSEA members can help to create a better outcome for our schools, students, and fellow educators in this budget crisis. 

Legislative Matters newsletter

Legislative Matters provides readers with up-to-date information regarding what is happening legislatively in Delaware and across the country.  The analysis focuses on how proposed or passed legislation will impact DSEA members and schools/districts overall.

Member Testimony on Education Budget for FY17

On Wednesday, February17th, the Joint Finance Committee (JFC) held a hearing to allow for public comment and critique of the Dept. of Education's proposed FY17 budget.  Six DSEA members joined Frederika Jenner, DSEA President, in providing critically-important comments to JFC as they begin to debate the education section of the State's overall budget.

Call to Action: State Employee Health Plan Task Force Public Hearings

Last year we fought the SEBC's proposed increased premiums and co-pays to our healthcare plan.   Now, the newly created State Employees Health Plan Task Force will be holding public hearings to hear what concerns state employees have with possible changes to the healthcare plan.  Please join us for these public hearings and make your voice heard. 

Step Increases & FY 2016 Budget Update

DSEA wants to thank our members for their advocacy regarding step increases.  Step increases are vital, giving Delaware a competitive advantage in recruiting and retaining qualified educators. 

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Legislative Information & Updates

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How to Volunteer

Become an Advocate! Volunteer your time helping pro-education, pro-labor candidates get elected to public office by filling out our Online Volu

Guiding Principles & Legislative Updates

DSEA is a leading advocate for high-quality public education in Delaware.  One of the many ways in which the organization carries out this advocacy is by promoting and supporting legislation aimed at strengthening our schools, protecting our children, responsibly improving the pay and benefits for educators, and promoting a reliable and responsible evaluation system for educators.