Monthly Archives: January 2015

I suspect my child has a disability, what can the AEA do to help?

Have you ever wondered if your child is behind in any area of their development or education? Is your toddler not yet speaking or walking? Is your school-age child not reading at their grade level? Maybe you have concerns with … Continue reading

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Public input sought on science standards

Iowa Department of Education Director Brad Buck today announced he’s seeking input from Iowans on a preliminary proposal to update Iowa’s science standards. Buck announced a series of February public forums and an online survey following a state panel’s recommendation … Continue reading

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AEA 267 Chief Administrator accepts position with SAI

The Board of Directors of Area Education Agency 267 (AEA 267) announced today that Dr. Roark Horn has resigned as Chief Administrator to become the the Executive Director of School Administrators of Iowa (SAI). The Board will begin the search … Continue reading

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AEA 267 to host EdCampIowa session on Jan. 31

Area Education Agency 267 (AEA 267) will host one of five EdCampIowa sessions on Saturday, January 31 from 8:30 am-3:30 pm at the AEA 267 Conference Center in Cedar Falls. EdCampIowa is for educators, students, parents, board members, policy makers, … Continue reading

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Is it okay that students with disabilities achieve at lower levels?

Helping all students experience success in schools is the mission of educators everywhere. Teachers, paraeducators, principals, superintendents, AEA staff and others in the educational community work very hard to help students achieve at high levels, including students with disabilities. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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