Education Archive

June 23, 2014

 

Gov. Pence says while college should still be the first option for Hoosier students, it shouldn't be the only choice, depending on an individual's needs.

Gov. Pence Calls For More Money To Vocational Programs

Gov. Mike Pence says he's received support from parents when it comes to finding money in next year's budget for vocational training.

June 22, 2014

 

Little Free Library

16 ‘Little Free Libraries’ Coming To Monroe County

Check out a book for free, read and return right in your neighborhood to a "Little Free Library"

June 21, 2014

 

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IU Trustees Roundup: FIJI House, Assembly Hall Renovations

IU Trustees approved a plan to move a fraternity house into a nearby neighborhood and approved renovations to Assembly Hall and Sembower Field.

June 20, 2014

 

Phi Gamma Delta house in Bloomington, Indiana

IU Approves Moving Fraternity House To Historic Neighborhood

IU Trustees unanimously approved a plan to relocate and demolish houses in the University Court Historic District to make room for a fraternity house.

June 20, 2014

 

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Program Translates Real World Experience To The Classroom

The Transition to Teaching program helps people without an education degree learn how to teach in a classroom setting.

June 19, 2014

 

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IDOE Report Shows Voucher System Costs State $16 Million

The private school voucher system saved the state money the first two years it was in place but cost nearly $16 million last year.

June 18, 2014

 

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IDOE Releases Proposal To Keep NCLB Waiver For Comment

The Department of Education released the draft of its proposal to keep the state’s No Child Left Behind waiver Monday and is accepting public comment.

June 18, 2014

 

Pilot Rachel Borsa and copilot Haley Myers are flying from California to Pennsylvania.

Purdue Students Fly Race Across The Country

Two Purdue aviation students are participating in an air race across the country that ends in Pennsylvania on Thursday.

June 17, 2014

 

Carpe Diem teacher and student

Indianapolis Charter Carpe Diem Will Expand To Three Schools

A charter board has approved an expansion plan for the Indianapolis charter school Carpe Diem, which uses traditional instruction alongside digital lessons.

June 16, 2014

 

Gov. Pence speaks at a podium at a press conference.

Pence: School Accountability Must Continue

Governor Mike Pence said Indiana will not freeze school accountability after implementing a new ISTEP+ this spring, as proposed by Glenda Ritz.

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