Superintendents from Brown, Bartholomew, and Monroe Counties hashed over their plans dealing with funding cuts on this week's Noon Edition.
This week on Noon Edition, we discussed changing educational trends in South Central Indiana and across the country.
This week on Noon Edition, we were joined in studio by representatives from the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival.
On this episode of Noon Edition, State Senator Vi Simpson as well as other state legislators discuss what state legislators are doing to address the economic situation in Indiana.
This week on Noon Edition Indiana University First Lady and Wonderlab board member Laurie Burns McRobbie and Ivy Tech Bloomington Chancellor John Whikehart discussed the issue of science education in South Central Indiana.
This week on Noon Edition we’ll discuss the challenges facing school corporations in South Central Indiana. Joining us will be Bartholomew Consolidated Corporation Superintendent John Quick and Richland Bean Blossom Superintendent Steve Kain.
This week on Noon Edition we will discuss alternate forms of education. Our guests will include New Tech High Principal Alan Veach, Developer of the Project School Daniel Baron, and Representative for LEARN homeschooling group Mike Beston.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we welcome Indiana Youth Institute President and CEO Bill Stanczykiewicz. He’ll discuss the possible ramifications of tax reform on Indiana students, as well as consequences for the state’s high rate of out-of-wedlock births.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we discuss the shortage of math teachers in Indiana and how this is affecting students around the state. Joining us in the studio are Professor Kent Orr from the Indiana University Department of Mathematics, Professor Diana Lambdin from the IU School of Education and Kira Gartell, a student in the […]
As K-12 students settle into the new school year, we discuss issues in education this week on “Noon Edition” with two area superintendents. Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation superintendent John Quick and Monroe County Community School Corporation superintendent Jim Harvey.