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Early Warning System Training

From: Therese York <tyork@iowareadingresearch.org>
Date: Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 3:31 PM
Subject: IRRC Early Warning System Traning for IHEs
To: Michelle Hosp <mhosp@iowareadingresearch.org>

Good afternoon,
The IRRC is pleased with the number of institutions that have agreed to send faculty members to the Early Warning System training for IHEs.  We now have additional information on dates and are asking everyone who received the original survey to respond to this email and the attached spreadsheet in lieu of the previous survey.  The additional details are below:

Information from the April Spring Conference

Several of our presenters graciously shared the Powerpoint slides used in their presentations and they are available below:

Dept of Ed Director Brad Buck:

 DE Director – IACTE-April2014 -FINAL

Dept. of Ed. Consultants Larry Bice and Carol Richardson:

 DE IHE Consultants IACTE spring 14 –

Board of Educational Examiners Executive Director Duane McGee:

 BOEE IACTE 2014

Reading Research Center: Talking Points for IHEs:

 IRRC Talking Points for IHEs 4_4_14 short

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