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July 26, 2016

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Fort Wayne Community Schools will spend about $10,000 on billboards this summer. District spokesperson Krista Stockman says state funding from a gain of two new students would pay for the billboards.

Beyond ‘Mad Men’: More Public Schools Advertise To Survive

Fort Wayne Community Schools will spend about $10,000 on billboards this summer.

July 25, 2016

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Indiana University Police Department.

IUPD Offers Intensive Training Program For IU Students

The Indiana University Police Department offers the only cadet training program in the country that allows students to work as officers, while studying.

July 22, 2016

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First year teachers (from left to right) Chris Conway, Sara Draper and Gabe Hoffman.

Noon Edition: Teachers Reflect On Their First Year

This week on Noon Edition we spoke to three first year teachers about their job.

July 21, 2016

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Ft Wayne Police

Ft. Wayne Announces Initiative Aimed Toward Black Males

The initiative between Cities United and My Brother's Keeper seeks to make a difference through an emphasis on listening, input, and engagement.

July 20, 2016

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Gov. Mike Pence signs legislation creating a state-funded preschool pilot program.

What Did Mike Pence Do For Indiana Schools As Governor?

Just how much does Mike Pence have in common with Donald Trump when it comes to schools and education?

July 19, 2016

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Testing expert Ed Roeber travelled to Indiana Tuesday to speak with the panel rewriting the state’s assessment. Roeber encourage the panel to spend at least two years creating and implementing the new assessment system and not rush into it, like Indiana did in 2014.

ISTEP Panel Reconsiders December Deadline For New Test

The panel rewriting the state’s assessment met for the third time on Tuesday, and the group is concerned about meeting its December deadline.

July 19, 2016

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Exterior of Seven Oakes.

Seven Oaks Charter School Start Date Pushed Back

The Seven Oaks Charter School has been working toward an August 15 open date, but has pushed it back to September 6.

July 18, 2016

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The state\’s choice scholarship program spent $18 million more last year than the year before.

School Vouchers Cost State $18 Mil. More Than Previous Year

The state’s choice scholarship program spent $18 million more last year than the year before.

July 12, 2016

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Elias Rojas is a first grade teacher at West Noble Primary school in Ligonier. As one of the school’s few bilingual teachers, he volunteered to participate in the school’s new dual language immersion program.

When Half Of Your School Speaks Spanish, Try Something New

Elias Rojas, one of West Noble Primary's few bilingual teachers, volunteered to participate in the school's new dual language immersion program.

July 8, 2016

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The university argues it doesn’t have to hand the records over because its police department doesn’t meet the definition of a public agency.

Noon Edition: Private School Police Records

This week on Noon Edition we spoke with experts about a court case deciding whether private university police departments must comply with public records laws.

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