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October 6, 2020

The impact of a book that speaks to us regardless of time or life circumstance is golden. It can touch us in ways that are inspiring, grounding, comforting, entertaining, and enlightening. Whether you are…

September 29, 2020

IEA kicked off our Read-a-Thon just over a week ago! Since then we have held our kickoff event, our first game of trivia, and we are getting set for our first round of virtual…

September 22, 2020

Distance learning for many parents and students is a new concept and can be challenging. This year parents will have to be more involved than ever in being a teaching partner. Students will need…

September 1, 2020

By Calder Hansen·calder@onlinefriendships.info This is a guest post from Caroline D. Bradley Scholar Calder Hansen. You can check out the full link here. Hi, I’m Calder. I had an unconventional high school education centered…

August 4, 2020

 By Jennifer de la Haye   This week, I had an opportunity to observe a session of Spyglass, IEA’s new distance learning program that brings professionals and students together via Zoom for specialized workshops. This…

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