Substitute Authorization Training

Ensuring Success for all Learners

Grant Wood Area Education Agency is one of nine of Iowa’s intermediate educational service agencies. GWAEA staff work as educational partners with public and accredited, nonpublic schools to improve the learning outcomes and well-being of all children and youth in a seven county area.

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The need to support English Language Learners continues to expand.

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Assistive Technology

Learn how Assistive Technology can help student learning

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Assistive Technology

How educators are leveraging GWAEA's media center

Educators are leveraging GWAEA's media center

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GWAEA - Building Bridges Assistive Technology Conference

Building Bridges Assistive Technology Conference

Apr 21, 2017

The Building Bridges: Assistive Technology Conference will provide an opportunity to see first hand the latest in assistive tech…
GWAEA - Your Child's Future...The Possibilities are Endless - Grant Wood AEA Transition Night - Thursday, April 13, 2017

Your Child's Future...The Possibilities are Endless - Grant Wood AEA Transition Night - Thursday, April 13, 2017

Mar 14, 2017

Grant Wood AEA's "Your Child's Future...The Possibilities are Endless" Transition Night provides information to parents and prof…
GWAEA - Fox 28/CBS2's

Fox 28/CBS2's "Pay It Forward" Recognizes RCRV/GWAEA Partnership

Feb 27, 2017

Ann Griffin and Dave Knuth, president of RCRV, receive recognition from Fox 28/CBS2's Pay It Forward with Impact.

Grant Wood AEA's Shelter and Detention Classrooms Receive PROPeL grant

Feb 10, 2017

Grant Wood AEA's Shelter and Detention Classrooms Receive PROPeL grant

Learn more about the impact of Grant Wood and other AEAs in Iowa.

The New Compact is a collaborative venture among Iowa's AEAs, Iowa's public and non-public accredited school and the Iowa Department of Education. The goal is that by 2018, every child in Iowa who graduates will be fully prepared for success in post-secondary studies, a career, citizenship, and in life. The brief video in the below link outlines how Iowa's AEAs work together with families, educators, students and communities to impact lives.