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April 5, 2018


High School Is Focus In Workforce Development Efforts

State leaders are focused on ensuring Indiana has a workforce capable of meeting the state’s job needs for the next few decades.

April 4, 2018


State Education Leaders Raise Concerns On New Charter School Report

The state released its first evaluation of Indiana’s 93 charter schools this week.

April 4, 2018


IU’s Metz Carillon Tower Demolition Begins Today

The 91-foot tall carillon tower played its last concert on Sep. 23. The 61 bell carillon is now being restored in Holland.

April 3, 2018


State Board Of Ed. To Meet Wednesday, Discuss Accountability Changes

Last month board members agreed on a pause on changes to the school accountability system, citing unknown factors of recently approved changes to high school graduation requirements.

April 2, 2018


Purdue, Former Kaplan Leaders Launch Online College ‘Purdue Global’

Purdue University officially launched its controversial joint venture with what was formerly known as Kaplan University Monday.

April 2, 2018


Donor Gives Gay Bunny Book To Every Ind. Elementary School

John Oliver released a children's book about a gay rabbit in response to a book about Vice President Mike Pence through the eyes of the family's pet.

April 2, 2018


Gary Mayor: Lawmakers Need To Stay Out Of Our Schools

The mayor of Gary says lawmakers should avoid community specific mandates during the special session.

March 30, 2018


State Universities Hesitant To Use Federal TEACH Grant Program

A recent report says some federal grant money for teachers is turning into loans instead, and some Indiana universities were already hesitant to use the program.

March 29, 2018


International Leaders Debate US, Russia Relations At SGIS Conference

International leaders spoke at a panel Thursday on Russian affairs as a part of Indiana University’s annual America’s Role in the World Conference.

March 29, 2018


Educators Say More Guidance Needed For Dual Language Programs

More than a dozen Indiana schools are working to implement dual language programs with some funding help from the state, but some schools say they need help structuring the programs.

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