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December 17, 2014

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How Education Could Factor Into A Pence Presidential Bid

As 2016 gets closer, Pence is making education a prominent part of his legislative agenda, launching him into the national spotlight.

December 17, 2014

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Afterschool Programs Expanding With $1 Million Grant

Indiana Afterschool Network will use the grant money to create the Indiana Academy on Out of School Learning.

December 16, 2014

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The FSSA received more than 1600 applications from families interested in participating in the On My Way Pre-K pilot program.

Overwhelming Family Interest In ‘On My Way Pre-K’ Pilot

Family applications for the pre-k pilot program have been counted, and families will be notified if they've been awarded grant money by next week.

December 15, 2014

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Families in four counties have until 4:30 p.m. to apply for the first wave of the state's pre-k pilot program.

Monday Marks Deadline To Apply For On My Way Pre-K Pilot

Monday is the deadline for families in Allen, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh counties to apply to On My Way Pre-K, the state’s preschool pilot program.

December 12, 2014

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Along with her colleagues, Claire Fiddian-Green, co-director of the Center for Education and Career Innovation, will be moving out of the agency when it formally disbands Feb. 20.

Here’s What Will Happen With CECI Duties, Personnel

Even though the governor disbanded his education agency, the group's responsibilities live on. We break down how they'll be divvied up and who takes on what.

December 12, 2014

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Show Me The Money: Fundraising Efforts For On My Way Pre-K

The pre-k pilot will begin in January, and fundraising efforts have proven to be a challenge for some of the counties.

December 12, 2014

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Mayor Ballard Signs $40 Million Pre-K Bill

The compromise plan spends less than Ballard's initial $50 million plan. The mayor says around 1,300 low-income children will benefit.

December 11, 2014

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State Superintendent Glenda Ritz appeared before the State Budget Committee Thursday to present her department's request for 2015.

IDOE Budget Conversations Turn Focus Back To Assessments

Indiana pulled out of the Common Core and related national assessments, but a discussion of the DOE's budget proved the conversation hasn't gone away just yet.

December 11, 2014

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

A Look Back At CECI, Its Influence On State Board Relations

The education state agency CECI only existed for a year, but the conflict between the group and state superintendent Glenda Ritz has a long history.

December 10, 2014

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Universities Talk Funding Formula At State Budget Committee

The legislature will begin meeting in January to write a new state budget.

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