CRESCO, Iowa – A superintendent from a North Iowa school district is preparing to visit the White House to share strategies for educating the next generation of students.
In 2014. Howard Winneshiek school district leaders went to D.C. to discuss readiness for the future of education. In 2015, they visited again to talk about how technology has been integrated into classrooms. This year, the focus is on creatively structuring a curriculum to ensure a student’s success.
“It doesn’t take money to think. We need to establish a new DNA for learning and once we have that in place then we can start to identify the work going forward,” John Carver, Superintendent of Howard-Winneshiek Schools said.
Carver leaves for D.C. in two weeks.