A committee passed an amended bill Tuesday that would require schools to make two attempts to notify parents of sex education curriculum before classes start.
MCCSC is opening a childcare center for kids five and under this fall. The program will accept up to 90 kids and registration begins in two weeks.
The multimillion-dollar gap in school funding that Indiana legislative leaders have pledged to fill is larger than first projected.
Keeping teachers around is a complicated issue, but officials say housing often plays a key role.
Lawmakers in the House have approved a measure to change the state's diploma structure, in order to avoid federal consequences for some schools.
"Soft skills" would be a new standard for schools under a piece of legislation being considered by lawmakers in the Senate this week.
The State Senate approved a bill Tuesday requiring parents to opt-in to sex education.
Funding to help schools in central Indiana develop substance abuse prevention programs is available.
Lawmakers debated during discussion of a bill that would restructure the state's diploma system and help implement new graduation pathway requirements.
A House committee heard testimony on a bill Wednesday that would help the state identify schools facing financial problems.
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