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January 19, 2017 - 12:35am - A student from Denison Elementary School listened to the Breaking Barriers to Teaching and Learning awards ceremony. Educators from Denison Elementary School from the Denison Community School District were honored by the State Board of Education for their work with students whose native languages are not English. This is the second year in a row the school was honored for its exemplary work.January 19, 2017 - 12:56am - Two students from Denison Elementary School discovered that the governor had signed the Breaking Barriers award presented to their school. Educators from Denison Elementary School from the Denison Community School District were honored by the State Board of Education for their work with students whose native languages are not English. This is the second year in a row the school was honored for its exemplary work.January 19, 2017 - 1:03am - Iowa State Board of Education Vice President Michael Knedler greeted representatives from the Denison Community School District.  The State Board of Education honored five schools with the Breaking Barriers in in Teaching and Learning Awards for their successful work in educating students who have historically struggled.January 19, 2017 - 1:03am - Iowa State Board of Education member Mary Ellen Miller greeted representatives from the Denison Community School District. Five schools were honored by the State Board of Education for their top-notch work in educating students who historically have struggled.January 19, 2017 - 1:10am - Iowa Department of Education Director Ryan Wise addressed the winners of the Breaking Barriers to Teaching and Learning awards. The State Board of Education honored five schools with the Breaking Barriers in in Teaching and Learning Awards for their successful work in educating students who have historically struggled.January 19, 2017 - 1:11am - Iowa State Board of Education Vice President Michael Knedler and Iowa Department of Education Director Ryan Wise highlighted the successes of the five schools receiving the Breaking Barriers in in Teaching and Learning Awards for their successful work in educating students who have historically struggled.January 19, 2017 - 1:11am - Department of Education Director Ryan Wise and State Board of Education Vice President Michael Knedler congratulated winners of the Breaking Barriers to Teaching and Learning Awards. Five schools were honored by the State Board of Education for their top-notch work in educating students who historically have struggled.January 19, 2017 - 1:11am - Representatives from Denison Elementary School of the Denison Community School District gathered for a photo with Department of Education Director Ryan Wise and Board of Education Vice President Michael Knedler. Educators from Denison Elementary School from the Denison Community School District were honored by the State Board of Education for their work with students whose native languages are not English. This is the second year in a row the school was honored for its exemplary work.

Right to left: Margaret Ploeger, Cheri Emery, Ryan Wise, Michael Knedler, Christopher Schulz, and David Reis with with Francisco Escalante and Leilany Carrazco in front.January 19, 2017 - 1:14am - Representatives from Helen Hansen Elementary of the Cedar Falls Community School District gathered for a photo with Department of Education Director Ryan Wise and Board of Education Vice President Michael Knedler. Educators from Hansen Elementary School of the Cedar Falls Community School District were honored by the State Board of Education for their exemplary work with students with special needs who are on Individualized Education Programs. 

Right to left: Pam Zeigler, Renee Fober, Ryan Wise, Tara Estep, Michael Knedler, Barb Rogers, Stephanie Murch, and Jill White.January 19, 2017 - 1:16am - Department of Education Director Ryan Wise and State Board of Education Vice President Michael Knedler congratulated winners of the Breaking Barriers to Teaching and Learning Awards. Five schools were honored by the State Board of Education for their top-notch work in educating students who historically have struggled.
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