Grant Wood AEA offers a variety of resources, specialized training, and network opportunities to support schools and families in their efforts to reduce barriers to learning and increase student learning. Let us help you find the support you’re looking for

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Getting Started with Special Education

Supporting a child’s education is complicated, and even more so for families who have unique challenges to address in supporting their children’s education. Parents like you have teamed with Grant Wood AEA to outline tips to support parents on this journey.

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Family and Educator Partnership (formerly PEP)

The Family & Educator Partnership (FEP) works to develop and sustain effective partnerships between families, educators, and community providers to promote success for all children and youth with disabilities.

How FEP Can Help

Frequently Asked Questions

We have a comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions section to help you locate information about our programs and services.

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GWAEA College For Kids

Grant Wood AEA College for Kids allows advanced or specialized curricula and learning for students.

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The Carpool Lane

Visit the Grant Wood AEA Carpool Lane: a place where parents can pick up tips, tools and information from experts at GWAEA!

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Homeschool Instruction

Grant Wood AEA has a legal responsibility to certify that children being taught in private settings, such as home schools, are receiving competent instruction. Standardized tests for the children are administered annually at the agency. Contact the agency for assistance.

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