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ISTA Reacts To Governor’s 2018 Agenda

(Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

Gov. Eric Holcomb released his 2018 agenda Wednesday, outlining a number of possible changes to education policy for the sake of better workforce alignment. One facet includes increased licensing flexibility for educators who teach in STEM fields – science, technology, engineering, and math – and Indiana State Teacher’s Association President Teresa Meredith says that proposal lacks specificity.

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Decision On Broad Ripple Property Expected Mid-2018

(Photo courtesy of Indianapolis Public Schools)

The Broad Ripple Village Association surveyed residents and local business owners about possibilities for re-using the closing Broad Ripple High School. Longtime resident and board member of the association Gary Price says the reuse needs to be community-driven. “It’d be nice to have a community element built into it. Something like a community hall or a […]

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