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Stories about educators, from the classroom to the boardroom.

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Why Is Voting Important? We Asked Some Future Voters

As Hoosiers headed to the polls Nov. 8, many voters brought along their kids. In Monroe County, public schools gave kids the day off, meaning many elementary school students came with their parents to watch them vote. We talked to some of these future voters about the importance of casting your ballot. Keegan Donovan, 6 and […]

Numbers Show Experience Gaps Across Demographics

As part of our reporting on education equality, we used the the US Department of Education’s Civil Rights Data and state data to chart some education experience for four demographic groups: black students, students with disabilities, Latino students and white students. For example, while black students make up about one in eight students enrolled, they disproportionately account for more than one […]

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