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August 19, 2015

 

The number of first-year educators granted a Hoosier state license dropped dramatically last year, according to Department of Education data. (Photo Credit: Sofia/Flickr)

Searching for Solutions to Indiana’s Teacher Shortage

Most people don't dispute Indiana is facing a shortage in its teaching workforce. The question now: how can the problem be remedied?

August 18, 2015

 

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Ritz And Gregg Partner To Promote Education In 2016

State superintendent Glenda Ritz and Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg are joining forces to beat Governor Mike Pence in 2016.

August 14, 2015

 

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IU’s Global And International Studies School Under One Roof

Faculty and staff are moving into IU's Global and International Studies Building as workers put the finishing touches on the 165-thousand square-foot structure.

August 14, 2015

 

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IU, Purdue Promise Cooperation Amid New Engineering Program

IU received approval for a new program called intelligent systems engineering, but university officials say their goal is not to compete with Purdue.

August 13, 2015

 

More than 72,000 Hoosier students took one or more AP tests in 2014. (Photo Credit: Jessie/Flickr)

Grant Will Help State Cover AP Tests For Low-Income Students

The federal Department of Education granted Indiana over $300,000 to help cover the cost of AP tests for the state's low-income students.

August 13, 2015

 

Institute for Quality Education spokeswoman Tosha Salyers demonstrates the myschooloptions.org website. (Photo Credit: Gretchen Frazee)

The Next Push In School Choice: Clarifying The Options

An Indianapolis-based school choice group launched a website earlier this year that allows parents to shop around for schools.

August 12, 2015

 

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How Student Debt For Millennials Is Changing The Economy

Millennials carry more student loan debt than other generations, which means they have different financial habits as well.

August 11, 2015

 

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Legislative Study Committee Talks Special Education Funding

A group of lawmakers Tuesday discussed the possibility of appropriating additional money for special education services.

August 10, 2015

 

State Superintendent Glenda Ritz, right, and her A-F accountability panel co-chair, Steve Yager, prepare for the group's second meeting.

What Does Ritz’s Campaign Move Mean For The 2016 Election?

State Superintendent Glenda Ritz is no longer seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, focusing instead on a campaign for re-election.

August 7, 2015

 

The top ten Republican candidates for president, as determined by national polling data, took part in a televised debate hosted by Fox News Thursday night. (Photo Credit: scrolleditorial/Flickr)

Academic Standards Highlighted Briefly in GOP Debate

Education issues were mostly absent from Thursday's GOP presidential debate, aside from one brief exchange about academic standards and federal oversight.

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