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August 25, 2015

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More than 800 accredited colleges and universities nationwide do not require students to submit standardized test scores to be considered for admission. (Photo Credit: James Martin/Flickr)

Few Indiana Participants In New College Admissions Trends

In general, Indiana colleges and universities shy away from new trends in college admissions, like becoming test-optional and relying heavily on social media.

August 25, 2015

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Indiana University Resumes Renovations On Franklin Hall

The university brought in an asbestos abatement firm, which went through Franklin Hall and cleaned every surface.

August 24, 2015

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New Budget Slashes School Safety Grants

The recently passed, two-year state budget cuts school safety budgets by more than half.

August 21, 2015

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Five Indiana schools will receive state grant money to begin or expand their own dual language immersion programs beginning in the 2015-16 school year. (Photo Credit: Nathan Moorby/Flickr)

Five Schools To Focus On Language Immersion With State Money

The Department of Education awarded grant money to five Indiana schools to begin or expand dual language immersion programs as part of a new statewide pilot.

August 20, 2015

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Arlington Principal Stan Law prepares his senior leadership team on Aug. 3, 2015 right before students are let in the building for the first time. (Photo Credit: Eric Weddle/WFYI Public Media)

Attendance Low As Arlington High School Works On ‘Rebirth’

Just two weeks into the start of school, more than 200 students are missing from Arlington High School as the principal strives to remake the program.

August 19, 2015

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First-Year Students Move Into Indiana University Dorms

IU's freshman class is nearly 8,000 students, and for some parents, letting go of a son or daughter for the first time isn't easy.

August 19, 2015

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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.

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