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Iowa Department of Education
Agency Profile
Superintendent:Brad Buck
FY 2014 Budget:$2.84 billion[1]
Year founded:1913
Website:Department Home Page
The Iowa Department of Education oversees K-12 public education, nonpublic schools that receive state accreditation, area education agencies (AEAs), community colleges and teacher preparation programs in the state of Iowa. The department was created by the 35th General Assembly in 1913 and was originally called the Department of Public Instruction. The current name was adopted in 1986.[2] The department managed 1,501 public schools and 476,245 students during the 2012-2013 school year.[3]



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See also
Iowa Director of Education
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The Iowa Department of Education published a statement of purpose on its website:[2]
The Iowa Department of Education (DE) works with the Iowa State Board of Education (State Board) to provide support, supervision, and oversight for the state education system that includes public elementary and secondary schools, nonpublic schools that receive state accreditation, area education agencies (AEAs), community colleges, and teacher preparation programs.[4]


The current Director of Education is Brad Buck. The following list details his cabinet officials:[5]

  • Administrative Assistant: Deborah Darge
  • Administrative Secretary: Kathy Petosa
  • Attorney: Nicole Proesch

Departmental divisions

The Department of Education has four divisions managed by administrators listed below:[5]

  • Division of Community Colleges: Jeremy Varner
  • Division of School Finance and Support Services: Jeff Berger
  • Division of Policies and Communication: Ryan Wise
  • Division of Learning and Results: David Tilly

Organizational chart

The following chart outlines the organizational structure of the Iowa Department of Education:[6]

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