Monthly Archives: September 2016

Public input sought on Every Student Succeeds Act

Iowa Department of Education leaders will hit the road this fall as part of a statewide tour to gather public input as they develop a plan to meet the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). ESSA, which replaces the No … Continue reading

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AEA 267’s new Digital Citizenship website

AEA 267 has created a new Digital Citizenship website to help support educators with the ever-increasing challenges faced due to technology in the classroom. Creating an online presence, cyberbullying, and how to use social networking responsibly are just a few … Continue reading

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How should student performance be measured?

Whether you are a parent of a student in one of Iowa’s public school districts or not, you probably remember hearing about the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001. No Child Left Behind was intended to bring … Continue reading

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AEA 267’s Melissa Ford recognized as School Social Worker of the Year

Melissa Ford, AEA 267 School Social Worker was selected by the Iowa School Social Workers Association (ISSWA) as the 2016 Iowa School Social Worker of the Year.  Melissa will be honored at the annual ISSWA Conference in Des Moines on … Continue reading

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