A lawmaker questions how a bill that reaffirms students' right to pray aloud in public schools would treat non-Christian religions.
The measure has passed the Senate many times, as it did Monday in a 35-14 vote.
The program comes as the state is experiencing an ongoing teacher shortage.
For the next six years, 11.5 cents per 100 dollars of assessed property will go to MCCSC schools.
This summer's humid weather and a lack of air conditioning in the school's gym likely promoted the growth of mold according to officials.
This week on Noon Edition we spoke to three first year teachers about their job.
Regional cities not selected for funding are finding other ways to pay for public works and improvement projects.
The law prohibits certain sex offenders from entering school property. That means those whose polling places are at schools can't vote in person.
We visited Arlington Heights Elementary on Monday morning to see how students and school administrators are greeting the start of school.
The Indiana Youth Institute wants to help counselors promote college alternatives such as apprenticeships, the military, and industry certifications.