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Applying The Principles Of Universal Design In The Classroom

The Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency (AEA) through its Assistive Technology Team provides support to local school districts in the application of the concepts of universal design to learning. Universal design has been used in architecture and product design for quite some time. A building or product that is designed...
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Iowa Speech-Language-Hearing Association Honors Robert Baldes

The Iowa Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ISHA) recently honored Robert Baldes, Coordinator for the Speech-Language Pathology Department at the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency in Bettendorf, Iowa. He was honored for his distinguished contributions to the field of language and hearing. The award is the highest honor an ISHA member can receive...
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6th Annual Teacher Job Fair

Mark your calendars for the 6th Annual Teacher Job Fair. Dr. Glenn Pelecky, Chief Administrator of the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency, Bettendorf, Iowa and Joseph Vermeire, Regional Superintendent from the Regional Office of Education, Rock Island, Illinois are sponsoring the 6th Annual Teacher Job Fair at the Mark of...
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Mississippi Bend AEA Health Screenings

Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency along with Molloy Wellness is offering health screenings for all employees and their spouses again this year. The basic health screening is provided at no cost to employees, and any optional tests and/or screenings for spouses will require payment at the time of service. Receipts...
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Carnegie Learning, Inc. and Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency Partner to Host Technology and Learning Conference

PITTSBURGH –September 17th, 2004 – Carnegie Learning, an education technology company that created the Cognitive Tutor, a family of fully integrated mathematics curricula, will co-host a conference with the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency’s "Enhancing Education Through Technology (E2T2)" Consortium on technology and learning on February 2nd, 2005 in their...
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Governor Declares Literacy Month

DES MOINES, IA (August 30, 2004) – Governor Tom Vilsack has declared September as Literacy Month in Iowa, and is encouraging all Iowans to continue their support for strong literacy skills. "Iowa communities have shown a strong commitment to their responsibility for providing basic literacy skills among children and adults,"...
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The Iowa Star Schools Project is pleased to announce the 2004-2005 Connectivity Site Contract competition.

This funding opportunity supports the telecommunications connectivity and educational technology needs of Iowa public elementary and middle schools (PK-8). 2004-2005 Connectivity Site Contract Application materials are being mailed to all Iowa public school superintendents. The Guidelines and Application document, as well as writing tips and frequently asked questions, is also...
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Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency's Chief Administrator, Glenn Pelecky Selected To Attend The German-American Fulbright Commission's Seminar In Germany For U.S. Superintendents 2004

Glenn Pelecky, Chief Administrator of the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency has been awarded a Fulbright Administrator grant to study the educational system in Germany. In October 2004, Pelecky along with 14 other U.S. superintendents will travel to Germany for two weeks to observe successful educational models such as the...
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