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News and Updates
With educators facing conditions we’ve never seen before, Student Achievement Partners wanted to better understand what was happening in schools-the successes, needs, concerns, and opportunities of teachers trying to teach during a pandemic. This article review describes the survey administered to
The third MISIC Quarterly meeting will be held Thursday, February 18 from 9am-11am via Zoom. We are privileged to have the following people join us to present at the meeting: Dr. Ann Lebo – Director, Iowa Department of Education Catherine Welch
MISIC has partnered with Ms. Jen Alexander to offer license renewal credit through her trauma-sensitive workshops again this semester. She has several different courses available between February and April of this year. Check out the course details below. Jen Alexander
MISIC is committed to helping schools develop and deliver education that is based on equity for all students, families, and staff. MISIC works to prepare and support school staff through the development of materials and resources that are free from bias and that promote teaching and learning to meet the needs of all students, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, disability, religion, and sexual orientation. We believe that all students and staff deserve to learn in an environment that values the identity and respects the needs of each individual student and staff member. MISIC is committed to a vision of education that is compassionate and supportive and that helps build a future of hope for all.
MISIC: Members Impacting Students; Improving Curriculum
We exist to support district leaders and teachers in building their confidence and capacity to design and deliver on a curriculum that prepares students for their futures.
In addition to teaching and learning materials, the consortium offers its members schools several different workshops on using data to create changes in classroom instruction. Consortium members are involved in helping build better testing system and instructional practices in statewide as well as national efforts. Members work closely with AEA personnel to impact instructional practice and to help teachers make informed instructional decisions.