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ROE4 is proud to work with state agencies that support the education of students in our state and region. For more information, click on the link corresponding to the agency.

Illinois Association of Regional State Superintendents (IASRSS): IARSS supports the role of Regional Superintendents of Schools, Assistant Regional Superintendents, and Regional Offices of Education in Illinois, personally and professionally, in their efforts to promote quality education for the school children and citizens of Illinois, to provide educational leadership, to impact public policy, and to deliver educational services effectively for the benefit of Illinois school districts, other educational entities and educational system clients of all ages.

Illinois Coalition for Educating At-Risk Youth (ICEARY): ICEARY is a voice for educating at-risk youth. They advocate on behalf of our students and programs and provide professional development to train others in the skills of advocacy while providing opportunities to build awareness of support for the needs of our students and programs.

Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE): The ISBE exists to provide every child with safe and healthy learning conditions, great educators, and equitable opportunities by practicing data-informed stewardship of resources and policy development, all done in partnership with educators, families, and stakeholders.

Illinois Association of School Administrators (IASA): The IASA exists to support school leaders in the pursuit of educational excellence through continued school improvement.

Illinois Principals Association (IPA): IPA exists to develop, support, and advocate for innovative educational leaders.

Illinois Association of School Business Officials (IASBO): IASBO is devoted to the school business management profession. Our mission is to provide our members and stakeholders with a comprehensive range of professional development activities, services, and advocacy through networking and participation.

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A public hearing will take place on December 21, 2023 at 11:00 AM at the Boone Winnebago County Regional Office of Education located at 300 Heart Blvd, Loves Park, IL 61111 to hear public testimony on the application to waive the requirements of 105 ILCS 5/13B-20.25) to provide an alternative learning opportunity for students in grades K-12, whereas the current law only allows for students in grades 4-12 to participate in an alternative learning program. This waiver will be for 5 years beginning in the FY 24 school year.