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Current News - 2004 Archive - Page 2

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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New checkout for Switch-Activated Devices

Toys, appliances and control units for switch activation are now available through a web-based checkout system. To view all of the items and to complete a checkout, click on Programs and Services – Assistive Technololgy – Search Loan Library. Items will be delivered to your school on the regular van...
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Math Survey

In October 2003, the MBAEA conducted a web-based staff development needs survey to plan future professional development decisions. The survey was aligned with the six principles and the content standards and process standards cited in the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Principles and Standards for School Mathematics. 370...
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Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency - Annual Progress Report

For the full Annual Progress report, click on this link. Annual Progress Report 72.10(2) Overview and Introduction Strategic Goals 72.10(2)a Goal 1All districts will be able to respond proactively to the need for system growth. Goal 2All students within the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency will receive equitable quality education...
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K-12 Public School Enrollment Data Updated

(Des Moines, October 24, 2003) - Enrollment at Iowa's public schools this fall is 484,959 students, a decline of 2,062 or about .43 percent when compared to last year, according to preliminary records compiled by the Department of Education. State education leaders expected the decline based on census data and...
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