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Forty-four Iowans will attend the Iowa Education Summit Monday and Tuesday, reports Iowa State Daily. Summoned by Gov. Terry Branstad, educators from all over central Iowa will be attending the summit at the Iowa Events Center. The theme of "how to give all students a world-class education" has been proposed, according to the Iowa Education Summit website. Gov. Branstad has pulled together educators from Iowa to discuss on how Iowa can start to create a world-class education for students. The attendees are looking for ways to improve student performance, but mainly plan to focus on grades K through 12…
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