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Indiana's Largest Teachers Union Settles Lawsuit Over Failed Insurance Fund

More than two dozen Indiana schools will recoup some of their losses after the state and the Indiana State Teachers Association reached a settlement in a lawsuit over what state officials call a “Ponzi scheme” involving the union’s failed health insurance fund. Indiana Public Broadcasting reporter Brandon Smith has the story: The lawsuit, filed four […]

Early Retirement Plan Saves IU $6 Million

An early retirement incentive designed to stave off potential future job cuts will save the university $6 million annually, IU officials announced today. Dan Rives, IU’s associate vice president for human resources, said in a statement results of the plan have “exceeded the university’s expectations.” Of more than 2,500 eligible employees, 572 applied for the […]

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