Monthly Archives: March 2013

Annual AEA/DE Customer Feedback Survey now underway

The annual AEA/DE Customer Feedback Survey, which provides educators we serve with an opportunity to share feedback about our services, launched on Monday, March 4. Traditionally, our agency has enjoyed an enviable return rate on the survey (typically around 40%), … Continue reading

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What’s the latest on our special schools?

As you may be aware, over the past several months, AEA 267 has been involved in conversations with each of the school boards of the “resident” school districts where we operate special schools on their behalf. (Specifically, we are operating … Continue reading

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Some delays being experienced in receiving text messages from Iowa School Alerts

Let’s hope that the old saying that when March “comes in like a lion it goes out like a lamb” is true! The past two weeks have brought significant snowfall, ice, wind, and fog causing multiple cancellations of professional development … Continue reading

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Statewide data, assessment system for early literacy

Iowa is making a renewed commitment to promote early literacy results across the state.  This issue has generated much support and interest from a cross-section of education stakeholders, including the Governor’s office, the Legislature, the Iowa Department of Education, community … Continue reading

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March Board Recap

The AEA 267 Board of Directors met on March 6, 2013 at 6 p.m. in the AEA 267 Conference Center for their regular meeting. During the meeting, the board: Heard a program review regarding Collaborative Transition Protocol from Ann Lupkes, … Continue reading

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