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Obama To Speak In Indy About Middle Class Jobs And Education

President Obama will touch down in Indianapolis Friday to give a speech at Ivy Tech Community College, which will likely focus on training for middle class jobs. A statement released by the White House outlines the basics of the president’s speech: The President will travel to Indianapolis, Indiana to discuss the importance of middle class economics, including […]

A Discussion On Free Community College And The Need In Indiana

President Obama wants to make community college free for all students, an idea he briefly outlined during his State of the Union speech this week. We’ve reported on what this would look like in Indiana and the challenges students already face when trying to navigate the cost and logistics of higher education. StateImpact Indiana’s Claire McInerny […]

Indiana Can’t Use National Assessment, Like Some Lawmakers Want

As the 2015 legislative session begins, the “education session” as the governor has called it, there is an influx of bills regarding all levels of education. There’s one bill regarding K-12 testing, though, that seems to be confusing legislators. Senate Bill 566, authored by Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee Luke Kenley, R-Noblesville, seeks to replace “ISTEP program testing with […]

How Education Could Factor Into A Pence Presidential Bid

We’re almost two years away from the 2016 presidential election, but speculation, rumors and announcements are already in full swing. Many potential candidates are focusing on issues that took a backseat during the financial crisis, including education. Gov. Mike Pence, R-Indiana, is often mentioned as a potential Republican candidate for the 2016 presidential election, and […]

2014 A-F Grades Compared To Previous Years

First, the good news. More As, fewer Fs. That’s the biggest takeaway from the release of school A-F grades, and a trend we’ve seen the last few years. More than half (51 percent) of the state’s schools are now A schools, the highest number in the last few years. (Search your schools 2014 A-F scores […]

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