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ISEA Delegate Assembly

The ISEA Delegate Assembly is the conference where elected delegates gather to vote on the business of the association, including the budget as well as any new business items, resolutions and amendments.

Are you a delegate? 

Access Delegate Assembly materials here

The primary duty of your elected delegates is to speak for you at the Delegate Assembly. They vote on resolutions and new business items sent through the Iowa State Education Association’s Resolutions and New Business Committee. Items also can come from the floor during the assembly.

Resolutions & New Business

A resolution is an item that provides direction, does not call for direct action and has no sunset date. A formal resolution is usually prefaced with words such as: The ISEA believes … opposes … supports.

A new business item calls for specific action and has a one-year life span. A formal new business item usually begins with words such as: The ISEA shall study … inform … request … develop.


Leading in our schools, communities, and state.

The Iowa State Education Association works to promote, advance, and protect public education, the education profession, and the rights and interests of our members. When you join the ISEA, you’re joining forces with the power and influence of 3.2 million members nationwide.