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August 19, 2016

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Noon Edition: Charter School Funding And Approval In Indiana

This week on Noon Edition we spoke to local experts and advocates about the funding and approval process for charter schools in Indiana.

August 19, 2016

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Five Years Later, IN’s Voucher Program Runs Differently

It’s been five years since Indiana launched its school voucher program, which gives state money to qualified students to cover private education.

August 18, 2016

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Campers at Latino Youth Summit draw life-sized self-portraits. The camp for Latino teenagers helps teenagers navigate their identities and mental health.

How Summer Camp Helps Latino Teens Boost Mental Health

The Latino Youth Summit summer camp helps Latino teenagers navigate their identities and mental health.

August 18, 2016

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IU Eskenazi Museum Of Art To Unveil Rain-Activated Art

The rain-activated artwork typically lasts two to four months, depending on the weather.

August 17, 2016

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Upperclassmen help new students move into their dorm rooms at Indiana University Bloomington.

IU Bloomington Welcomes More Than 7,000 New Students

Last year's record enrollment was a little over two percent higher than this year's incoming class.

August 17, 2016

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DOE Requests Additional $600 Million From Legislature

State superintendent Glenda Ritz updated her legislative agenda Tuesday for the 2016 General Assembly.

August 16, 2016

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“My IPS” sign hangs in the school board chambers.

IPS Officials To Propose Splitting Middle, High Schools

District officials say they know closing a school is a highly-charged issue, but they see no other options.

August 16, 2016

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Legislature To Explore More Background Checks For Teachers

Indiana law only requires background checks at time of employment and only for fully licensed educators.

August 12, 2016

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Outgoing CEO of Eli Lilly John Lechleiter outlines the need for the access to affordable pre-k in Indiana. Eli Lilly is partnering with several other groups statewide to lobby the 2017 legislature to create pre-k scholarships for low-income families.

New Pre K Initiative Asks Legislators To Expand Scholarships

A coalition of business, philanthropy, government and education leaders will push lawmakers to expand state-funded pre-K in the upcoming legislative session.

August 12, 2016

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Bloomington High School South teacher Matt Hoagland says he hasn't seen enrollment spikes in his A.P. European History classes but says the number of students earning low scores on the nationally-administered year-end exams has increased.

5 Indiana Schools Give Majority Of Teachers Poor Ratings

Four of the five Indiana schools who rate a majority of their teachers as ineffective or needing improvement are charter schools.

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