DEA represents a majority of the licensed professionals who work for the Davis School District in Davis County, Utah. This site is intended to serve as a resource for members, providing information on the governance of the Association, current issues, current collective bargaining agreements, contact information, as well as a link to other relevant resources.
The DEA’s president is Don Paver. As president, Don is on full-time release from his classroom. He works out of the DEA office and can be reached at (801) 451-2277 or at email@example.com. Don and the DEA staff are always available to answer questions, provide information, and give support to DEA members as they serve the public school community in Davis County.
Davis Education Association Office 85 South 185 East Farmington, UT 84025 Call:801-451-2277 Fax:801-451-0352
School Districts Facing More Budget Woes Unlike the recent years of the recession, most Utah school districts are no longer facing deep cuts as they come up with budgets for next school year. But they're not exactly flush with cash, either, as they face the impending costs of health care reform and the threat of continued sequestration. Read the Article
Most Utahns know that Utah spends less per pupil on public education than any other state. For many years, governors and legislators have shrugged their shoulders and said they just can't find the money to significantly increase funding. Of course they can. They just don't.
Wed, 03 Apr 2013 14:49:00 +0000 A Teacher Asks: Why Teach? Managing teachers through intimidation is not working. Our morale is at an all-time low. Experienced, inspiring teachers are retiring early. Bright, caring young teachers are looking for work elsewhere. Teachers who have loved their jobs are discouraging their own children from pursuing careers in education. Read the Complete Commentary
Mon, 25 Mar 2013 18:53:00 +0000 Governor, Veto School Grading Bill Sen. Stuart Adams represents a large portion of Davis School District, one of the finest school districts in the state. During the 2013 legislative session he sponsored SB 271 S3, school grading amendments which will have a profound impact on Davis School District and which now will require two different grading systems for public schools in our state. Read the complete letter in the Ogden Standard Examiner.