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Educational Resources for Students Using Iowa AEA Online

Students are back in the classroom, and Iowa AEA Online (www.iowaaeaonline.org) is available to support their needs for educational resources at school or at home during the 2005-06 school year. Iowa AEA Online features educational resources funded and provided by the Mississippi Bend AEA, along with Iowa's eleven other Area...
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Schools-in-Need-of Assistance (SINA) information

On January 8, 2002, President George W. Bush signed into law the reauthorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), commonly known as “No Child Left Behind of 2001” (NCLB). This legislation requires that “each state shall establish a statewide system of intensive and sustained support and improvement.” Responsibilities of Title...
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Get your Masters Degree in Educational Leadership through Drake University right here at the Mississippi Bend AEA.

The following recruiting sessions will be held at the Bettendorf AEA Learning Center: Monday, September 12, 20055:00 PM7:00 PM Thursday, September 22, 20055:00 PM7:00 PM Wednesday, October 5, 20057:00 PM Monday, October 24, 20055:00 PM7:00 PM Wednesday, November 9, 20055:00 PM7:00 PM For more information contact:David F. Darnell, Ph.D.Associate Professor...
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Working Together . . . . Improving Teaching and Learning.

The mission of the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency is to improve teaching and learning for all students through active partnerships and assertive leadership in a climate of mutual respect. In 2002, the Agency in collaboration with school district leadership set student reading, mathematics, and science goals based on the...
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Reading Success: Reading First

To improve student achievement, instruction must improve. This requires quality staff development, participative leadership and some external facilitation that act as trainers, coaches, facilitators, consultants and colleagues using research-based content and strategies in a structure to accelerate the achievement of all students. The Quality Learning Reading Team assumes the leadership...
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Book scanning services are now available at the AEA.

Textbooks can be scanned for 6¢ per page. The multi-page TIF files can be used with Kurzweil, WYNN and Read and Write Gold. For other OCR programs, check the documentation for usability of multi-page TIF files. [NOTE: Kurzweil 3000 users will receive the scanned materials in KESI files]. To begin...
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Attention Early Childhood Educators: Mark your calendars for July 27, 28, and 29.

A Joyful Journey for Young Children is an information-filled three days that addresses topics of interest of early childhood educators (pre-kindergarten and kindergarten). On the first day, Dr. Pam Schiller (national author and consultant) focuses on the implications of the latest brain research and the practical applications of that research...
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