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Learn more about Maddie Geller, who is the Membership Chairperson for the Red Clay Education Association (RCEA) and a reading specialist at Lewis Dual-Language Elementary School.  RCEA is the second-largest local association in Delaware, representing over 1,200 teachers and specialists across the district's 30 schools.

 ... on why she chose a career in public education

Learn more about Kanika Jackson, who is President of the Smyrna Education Association and a math educator as Smyrna High School.  Her leadership and advocacy continues to effect change for all educators in Smyrna schools.  SEA represents over 600 teachers, specialists, and education support professionals across the district's eight schools.

 ... on why she chose a career in public education

Learn more about Steve Byers, President of the Appoquinimink Education Association, whose leadership and advocacy helped achieve a significant change for middle school counselors in his district.  AEA represents over 700 teachers and specialists working in the Appoquinimink School District's 21 schools.


... on why he chose a career in public education

In a groundbreaking move, the Appoquinimink Education Association (AEA), under the leadership of President Steve Byers, has successfully negotiated a transformative change that will significantly impact the workload of school counselors.

On October 14, educators from across Delaware gathered at Del-Tech Georgetown for the Delaware State Education Association (DSEA) Fall Leadership Development Conference. The event, which offered a rich program of breakout sessions and insightful interviews, left attendees feeling more equipped to lead and advocate effectively within their education communities.

Unlocking the Power of Leadership

by: David Wright


Access to valuable, relevant professional learning ranks near the top of most educators’ wish lists.