Center Director: Charlie Hollerith
c/o Hononegah High School
307 Salem Street
Rockton, Illinois 61072
Phone: 815-624-2070, ext. 173
Welcome to the Illinois Alliance of Essential Schools (IAES)The IAES is a not for profit regional center of the Coalition of Essential Schools, a nationally recognized educational restructuring effort. This reform movement is based on a set of Common Principles developed by Dr. Ted Sizer at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.
Mission StatementThe mission of the IAES is to assist in their restructuring efforts through professional development and support in the areas of classroom management, teaching strategies, instructional planning, professional growth, student assessment, and technology, incorporating the concepts of the Common Principles.
PartnersThe IAES a a member of the Confederation of Illinois Reform Efforts. This confederation includes the Illinois State Board of Education, the Illinois Network of Accelerated Schools, The Coalition of Essential Schools Regional Center at Chicago, The Association of Middle Level Schools, the Illinois Association of High Schools, and The Microsoft Partnership.
The IAES also works collaboratively with the College of Eduction at the University of Illinois.
Information and Resources:Membership Information
IAES Directory and School Profiles
IAES News and Information Database
Technology Hubs and Regional Offices of Education in Illinois
Professional Development Course (C&I 399 TER)
Curriculum Resources available on CD-ROM
Conferences and MeetingsFall Forum '97
Conference Spring 1997
Constitutional Convention 1997
Winter Conference 1998
Fall Forum 1998 Novmeber 5-7
IAES Main Page
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