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The new standards are coming! The new standards are coming! The new standards…..enough already! After new science standards were adopted by Iowa, many of the science teachers in the state probably felt either a twinge of panic, a wave of “not this again,” or a strong desire to “get it done.”
Shelly Vroegh, whose desire to help all students reach their potential stems from her own childhood, is the 2017 Iowa Teacher of the Year, Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds announced today at Lakewood Elementary School in Norwalk
The road to earning her high school diploma was anything but easy. Mary Campbell had many obstacles thrown in her path, from working the cotton fields as a young daughter of sharecroppers, to becoming a wife and mother by the time she was 14.