Delaware PTA Position Statements

National PTA position statements are adopted by the National PTA Board of Directors. All National PTA position statements become the positions of state and local units. National PTA Position Statements are official documents outlining the opinion, will, or intent of the association to address national problems, situations, or concerns that affect children and youth and require national action to seek resolution on the issue. National PTA has adopted hundreds of position statements on a wide variety of national education, health, and safety issues since its first convention in 1897.

National PTA Position Statements

Often times during our advocacy, Delaware PTA will formally adopt a position regarding a specific legislative proposal or develop a position in response to community events that will impact the education, health and/or welfare of our children.   Our position statements are formulated by the Advocacy Committee and submitted to our state board for approval by majority vote. All approved position statements are in alignment with the mission and objectives of National PTA and the State PTA. Delaware PTA Position Statements can be adopted by an individual, unit, or district at our annual state convention and must not conflict with National PTA positions

Free Mensural Hygiene Products in Schools: HB20

School Safety: Safe and Supportive Schools Position Statement

Hope Trust For DE Kids: DPTA Coalition for Delaware Kids Letter of Support

Anti-Discrimination and Model Policy: Delaware PTA Position on Regulation 225

School Start After Labor Day:  Labor Day Start Legislation SBCR 20

School Report Cards/Accountability: DPTA Position on Reg 103 and Accountability

Education and Charter SchoolsHB165 Position Statement

Accelerated Academic Programming:  SB27

Digital Recording of Public School Board Meetings:  HB23

Use of Restraint and Seclusion:  SB100

Student Data Privacy: DPTA Position Statement on SB 79

State Assessments: DPTA Position on State Assessments

Military Connected Student Identifier: SB 94 Military Student Identifier

Autism Service Advancement Package: Position Statement on Senate Bill 92 and 93

State Level Study on Student Assessment Testing: Position Statement on SJR 2