Monthly Archives: October 2012

West Marshall superintendent is finalist for SAI award

The School Administrators of Iowa (SAI) will honor Ned Sellers, superintendent of West Marshall, as a finalist for the 2012-13 Iowa Superintendent of the Year.   Finalists are recognized for their ability as leaders to improve the success of students. Mr. … Continue reading

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AEA 267 provides support for students with mental health concerns

Children’s mental health is an essential part of their overall well-being and is closely linked with their physical health as well as their ability to succeed in school. Going to school can be challenging for many students. Take Alex, for … Continue reading

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How are Iowa’s AEAs impacting lives?

Read the latest Impacting Lives update at http://aeas4iowa.wordpress.com/. In this issue, you’ll find how AEAs combat bullying in schools, information on the educational focus of Eastern Iowa and a story about Ava, a small girl from Hardy who is making … Continue reading

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Iowa Department of Ed director discusses education reform

In a new series of videos released by the Iowa Department of Education, Director Jason Glass discusses efforts to regain Iowa’s standing as a leader in education and the agency’s work to support great teaching, set high expectations, and to … Continue reading

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New report provides comprehensive look at students with autism

A new report marks the first comprehensive look at the prevalence of autism among students in Iowa’s public schools. Findings include student demographics, communities where students with autism are enrolled in public schools, the extent to which students with autism … Continue reading

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