The Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency (AEA) Driver Education program was established more than 30 years ago in response to local school districts. The AEA Driver Education Program follows the state approved driver education guidelines. We provide 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of behind the wheel instruction. Included in the classroom component, students complete four hours of substance abuse education, 20 minutes on railroad crossing, information on organ donation, and instruction providing an awareness about sharing the road with bicycles and motorcycles.
For more information contact:
Dr. Anne Budde
Coordinator of Student Programs
Mailing Address: 729 21st Street, Bettendorf, IA 52722
Fax Number: 563-344-6575
Students may take classes at any AEA site.
It is recommended that students have basic driving skills prior to taking the class.
MBAEA Driver Education highly recommends wearing masks in the driver education car. Masks are not required.
Course Registration Fee: $370
School Districts Served:
Assumption (Davenport) - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Bellevue - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Bettendorf - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Calamus-Wheatland - Classes for the 2022 Summer session coming December 1, 2021.
Camanche - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Central DeWitt - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Columbus - Classes for the 2022 Summer session coming December 1, 2021.
Davenport - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Durant - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Louisa-Muscatine - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Maquoketa - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Marquette (Bellevue) - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Muscatine - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
North Scott - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Pleasant Valley - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
West Liberty - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
Wilton - 2021-22 school year (PDF)
All classroom and driving sessions missed must be made up. Make-up fees will be charged. See registration forms.
Please contact the school you attend regarding grading practices for driver education.
MBAEA Driver Education Class Completion Documentation
Driver Education completion information is sent directly to the DMV (Iowa Department of Motor Vehicles) on the Wednesday following the end date of class. Please contact your local DMV with any questions you may have about the information needed to obtain your license after completing Driver Education.
If you are in need of a school permit, please contact your school district for assistance.
Link to Information-Out of State Driver Education
Link to the Form-Out of State Transfer Request
Link to the Driver Education Student Expectations
Link to the Iowa Department of Transportation