Converge, September 1998, p. 61

The successful launch of an ambitious plan to wire the entire Iowa City school district depended on a methodical and dedicated series of steps orchestrated by the district's superintendent, Barbara Grohe.

The first step was to conduct a needs assessment. Grohe found a parent volunteer who put a list together of necessary equipment, costs, and timetables for implementation.

The bill came to $500,000 — but Grohe knew that before looking for funds she had to put together a sensible plan


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