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This brochure presents an overview of the services and programs offered by IU13.
The Educational Resource Directory includes contact information for IU13 and public school districts in Lancaster and Lebanon counties. The directory is published every September, at the beginning of the school year. It serves as the number one resource for education in Lancaster and Lebanon counties.
The IU13 Community Report: Impacting Schools and Community Through Service Leadership contains success stories of the extraordinary work of IU13 programs and services, and the positive difference employees make in the lives of those we serve. New this year, the report is also available in an enhanced digital format with stories in both written and video stories.
The IU Outlook newsletter is dedicated to communicating information about IU13 to the 22 school districts and business community. The newsletter, which is published three times each year, highlights success stories about programs and services, new initiatives, and the activities of the Lancaster-Lebanon Education Foundation.
The Collaborative Efforts Chart celebrates the previous school year’s partnerships, joint ventures, and collaborative efforts. By working collaboratively within the Lancaster and Lebanon communities, IU13 is able to reduce expenses, leverage expertise, and engage partners in worthwhile endeavors that benefit the entire community.
Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 is an educational service agency committed to providing outstanding programming and professional development designed to improve student achievement. These services are provided through instruction to students in classes taught by IU staff, and support provided by IU13 consultants that is designed to improve the skills of the educators that work with students. As part of its ongoing commitment to continuous improvement, IU13 has developed a data collection system that will be used to identify, gather and reflect on key areas of student learning and the impact of IU13 programming and services.
Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 and the 22 public school districts in Lancaster and Lebanon counties call upon the Pennsylvania General Assembly to support school reform efforts.