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Reynolds announces $1 million to support Credentials for Child Care Careers grant program

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has announced $1 million in initial funding for a competitive grant program available through the Iowa Department of Education to...
Iowa WorkForce Development

IowaWORKS to replace Teach Iowa as main outlet for listing education jobs

Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) and the Iowa Department of Education are launching a statewide outreach campaign to help Iowa education leaders learn how to...
University of Iowa educators highlight efforts to improve mental health in schools during a June 2 Iowa Board of Regents meeting.

University of Iowa center tackles mental health crisis in K-12 schools

Experts during a June 2 Board of Regents presentation expressed concern that the K-12 mental health crisis in Iowa and across the country is...
Johnson County Board of Supervisors have voted to raise wages for eligible child care workers. CREDIT PEXELS

Gov. Kim Reynolds announces initiatives to address child care shortage

In response to the growing child care crisis hitting the state, and with Iowa leading the nation in the share of households where both...

Iowa Department of Education selects CoderZ for new grant program

The Iowa Department of Education is selecting CoderZ for its Computer Science Curriculum and Professional Development Grants, a recently introduced program that aids Iowa...
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Gov. Reynolds awards mental health funding but feud over COVID-19 school aid continues

Gov. Kim Reynolds is at the center of critical funding issues surrounding schools. Ms. Reynolds and the Iowa Department of Education announced today more than...
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Support needed for college and career exploration

As we recover from COVID-19, Iowa is confronted with many challenges, among them a growing workforce shortage and declines in higher education enrollment.

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