Five Iowa teachers attend National Educator Conference

November 15, 2016 at 5:59 pm

Five Iowa teachers had the opportunity to attend the 2016 Jump$tart Coalition National Educator Conference held in Dallas, Texas, November 5-7.  The annual conference provides PreK-12 educators with financial education resource, personal and professional development, access to a nation-wide network of colleagues, and general support for financial education.

The National Educator Conference is attended by more than 300 teachers, representing nearly every state. This year five deserving Iowa teachers were among the conference attendees thanks to the scholarships awarded at the 16th Annual Iowa Jump$tart Educators Conference. Iowa’s scholarship winners included:

Iowa attendees enjoy lunch during the 2016 National Educators Conference held in Dallas, Texas, November 5-7.  Attendees include (individuals sitting left to right) Kristy Nickolisen, JoEtt Cogdill, Jennifer Anderson, Tia Shaffer and Dibbie Clausen.

Iowa attendees enjoy lunch during the 2016 National Educators Conference held in Dallas, Texas, November 5-7. Attendees include (individuals sitting left to right) Kristy Nickolisen, JoEtt Cogdill, Jennifer Anderson, Tia Shaffer and Dibbie Clausen.

  • Jennifer Anderson (Treynor High School, Treynor)
  • Debbie Claussen (Pleasant Valley High School, Bettendorf)
  • JoEtt Cogdill (Woodbine High School, Woodbine)
  • Kristy Nickolisen (Abraham Lincoln High School, Council Bluffs)
  • Tia Shaffer (Independence Community School District, Arlington)

To learn more about the National Educator Conference click here.

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