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How Districts Are Preparing For State-Mandated Teacher Evaluations

Washington math teacher Jodie Mojzik points to the projector during her lesson.

A new state law that requires annual evaluations for Indiana teachers doesn’t take effect until the 2012-13 school year, but school corporations are already preparing staff for the changes to come. Teachers in six districts began receiving feedback this year as part of a pilot program designed to offer insight to the rest of the [...]

How Useful Are College Rankings?

Indiana University's campus in Bloomington.

US News and World Report publishes one of the most respected college ranking guides in the country and millions of prospective students and parents turn to this publication every year to help them decide what college meets their needs. But this year, the publication’s choice of research partners has sparked protest from many of the [...]

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