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April 21, 2017

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Students at Tindley Genesis Academy in Indianapolis participate in the morning meeting, which blends songs, chants and dancing. Music is at the center of all curriculum at the school.

School Explores Benefits Of Teaching With Music

Tindley Genesis Academy in Indianapolis uses music in the curriculum for most subjects.

April 21, 2017

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New Pre-K Plan Expands To 20 Counties, Ties To Vouchers

The legislature approved $3 million to expand the state-funded pre-k program, less than the $10 million a year boost Governor Eric Holcomb asked for.

April 20, 2017

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Indiana University Bans Athletes With Sexual Violence Past

The policy includes any prospective student-athlete, transfer student or incoming freshman.

April 18, 2017

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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin visited Purdue University, tweeting:

Purdue Students To Buzz Aldrin: Elon Musk’s $200k Mars Plan Unfeasible

The astronomical and aeronautical engineering students announced their findings Tuesday to former astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

April 18, 2017

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Appointed Superintendent Bill Heads To Governor

The House advanced a bill to the governor to make the Superintendent of Public Instruction an appointed, rather than elected position.

April 17, 2017

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The bill looking to expand state funded pre-k also allocates $1 million for in-home digital preschool learning.

As Indiana Looks To Spread Pre-K, Online Option Sparks Controversy

The bill looking to expand state funded pre-k also allocates $1 million for in-home digital preschool learning.

April 14, 2017

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A community coalition rallies outside of Muncie school board meeting in March.

Muncie To Close 3 Schools In An Effort To Avoid State Takeover

Muncie Community Schools hopes to send a message to lawmakers by taking steps to reduce its multi-million dollar deficit on its own and avoid a state takeover.

April 14, 2017

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Prayer In School Bill Heads To Indiana Gov. Holcomb

The bill says traditional public and charter schools can not discriminate against students or parents because of their religious beliefs.

April 13, 2017

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Jean Kilbourne is an author, filmmaker and speaker.

Author Says She Was Uninvited To Speak At St. Mary’s Commencement

Author and filmmaker Jean Kilbourne says the invitation was withdrawn because of an award she received from Planned Parenthood more than a decade ago.

April 13, 2017

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As Indiana lawmakers work to create a new standardized test, many indicate they’d be open to removing student test scores from teacher evaluations.

Indiana Lawmakers Eye Pulling Test Scores From Teacher Evaluations

As Indiana lawmakers work to create a new standardized test, many indicate they’d be open to removing student test scores from teacher evaluations.

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