The Delaware State Education Association made a very smart move last night at their Executive Board meeting last night. Due to the overwhelming amount of concerns expressed as a result of their January election which ended in a tie for the President role, the Delaware educator’s union is holding a run-off election to determine who will become the next DSEA President.
Voting will begin on February 27th and will last until March 13th. I sincerely hope more than 20% of Delaware’s educators actually vote this go-around!
The Delaware State Education Association held an executive board meeting last night. On the agenda was determining what to do about the tie in the election for a new DSEA President. As of this writing, nothing has come out regarding the outcome. Their main office, located on Water St. in Dover, has been exceptionally quiet. No leaks are coming out and nobody seems to know what is going on.
Mike Matthews, one of the candidates running for President who received an unprecedented tie vote against Karen Crouse, reported on Facebook this morning that he hasn’t heard anything about the results of the meeting. Kilroy’s Delaware keeps asking teachers on Facebook if DSEA has a new King or Queen. We will have to wait a little bit longer fair readers to see if there is a new leader or if DSEA will hold a run-off election to break the tie. This wait and see is like waiting on a new Pope! If you see white smoke coming from the vicinity of Water Street, I guess that means they have a new leader!