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Legislative Leaders Agree On Expanding State-Funded Pre-K

Legislative leaders outlined their priorities for the 2017 General Assembly Monday, and all agreed they want to expand the state’s pre-K scholarship program. The question that will face the full General Assembly is how much it will be expanded. Republican and Democratic legislative leaders from both chambers agree state funded pre-K should be a priority in […]

The Road To Affordable Pre-K In Indiana

In the landscape of Indiana education politics, it’s rare to find a topic people on opposite political and ideological sides agree on. But over the last few years, one such topic has come forward: affordable pre-k. Most of the people working toward this goal agree the state should offer funding to make that possible. But opinions diverge there, over […]

Jackson County Gets Up To Speed For Fall On My Way Pre-K Launch

You’ll notice one of the five On My Way Pre-K pilot counties was noticeably absent from our progress reports yesterday – that’s because Jackson County doesn’t yet have updates to give. County leaders chose to save their energy and resources for the full fall launch of the program, a decision Dan Hodge of the Jackson County Education […]

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