Supports for college, career, and future readiness initiatives include data analysis curriculum support, and opportunities to promote postsecondary readiness and success.
- Increase student ownership and engagement with Iowa Academic standards.
- Increase student opportunities along the continuum of work based learning for all Preschool-12 students.
In order to be informed and engaged citizens that are able to independently navigate school, life and be successful in their chosen careers, learners will:
Driver 1 Learner Agency: Develop a sense of ownership and control of their learning by having choice, autonomy, and responsibility in their learning community.
Driver 2 Life Skills: Develop behaviors and skills (non-academic,UC’s and SEL competencies) so they can independently navigate school, work, and life.
Driver 3 Successful Transitions: Explore career pathways by setting goals and taking meaningful actions.
Driver 4 Innovation Mindset: Develop habits that lead them to be creative and innovative.
Driver 5 Rigorous Academic Standards: Master the academic content that enables them to engage with complex issues and ideas.
Iowa AEA Future Ready Leadership Team members:
|Tammy Askeland-Nagle, MBAEA||Amanda Brink, GPAEA||Angela Devorak, HAEA|
|Bev Berns, KAEA||Chuck Buseman, CRAEA||Shannon Galbreath, GWAEA|
|Jen Boyd, GWAEA||Kelli Doorenbos, PLAEA||Brenda Gerdes, HAEA|
|Lynn Kilpatrick, GHAEA||Stephanie Lane, GHAEA||Michelle Ryan, GPAEA|
|Mark Shea, NWAEA||Jen Sigrist, co-lead||Katy Evenson, co-lead|
|David Ford, (PREP)||Andrea Stewart, (The Center)||Laura Williams, (ALN/ALO)|