Iowa program would add more learning opportunities for students

Iowa Department of Education officials have proposed a $1 million extended-learning pilot project that would provide before- and after-school learning programs for students. Proponents of the proposal, included in a budget recommendation to Gov. Terry Branstad, seek to build on other programs aimed at boosting student engagement and test scores while reducing drop-out rates. It remains unclear if Branstad will support the measure.

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