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State officials will visit Iowa City on Oct. 16

BY DI STAFF | OCTOBER 12, 2011 7:20 AM

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The Iowa City School Board discussed the recently released blueprint for transforming Iowa's education system, Branstad-Reynold's "One Unshakable Vision: World-Class Schools for Iowa."

The blueprint outlines the need for Iowa's schools to be more supportive and selective of their teachers and principals, among with other goals.

Superintendent Stephen Murley announced Gov. Terry Branstad's staff, along with Jason Glass, the director of the Iowa Department of Education, and Linda Fandel, Branstad's special assistant for education, will be in Iowa City on Oct. 16 for a town-hall meeting to discuss the blueprint with the community.

This meeting is open to public, and the board members encourage people to attend.

— by Rishabh R. Jain


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