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State money still indirectly funds
controversial curriculum in the form of vouchers.
Fairview received an F grade from the Indiana Department of Education
for 2013. Fairview also received an F in 2012, which led the IDOE to
designate Fairview a “priority school.”
Throughout the nation, pre-kindergarten education is being hailed as one of the best ways to help children succeed in life. Indiana is no exception, with some legislators working to make pre-K education more widely available.
Indiana is one of 13 states and the District of Columbia awarded School
Improvement Grants from the U.S. Department of Education to help turn
around its lowest-performing schools.
Amid reports of lax safety standards, the state government is trying to create a safer environment in Indiana day care.
Gov. Mike Pence testified today before the Indiana Senate Education and
Career and Development Committee in support of House Bill 1004.
Students at Summit Elementary School are challenging each other to read
as many minutes as they can and achieve a school-wide goal of reading
for 170,000 minutes during a period of two weeks.
Proponents of Seven Oaks Classical School spoke to members of the
Bloomington community Saturday at the Monroe County Public Library about
the charter school focusing on classical education they hope to open in fall 2015.
During a winter that dumped a record amount of snow in Indianapolis,
schools across the state have been closed multiple times this school
year, and MCCSC missed five school days.
Drafts of the new Indiana Academic standards for math and
English/language arts were released to the public last week for
Administrators and teachers from Fairview and Highland Park Elementary
schools spoke Tuesday about their schools’ turnaround plans.
3 Monroe County elementary schools are pursuing International Baccalaureate certification.
Three elementary schools in the area are pursuing the idea of becoming International
The Indiana Public Schools system and the U.S. Department of Education
have reached an agreement after IPS failed to give girls an equal
opportunity in athletics.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation will celebrate Disability Awareness Month with events planned throughout March.
Indiana is the first state in the country to officially join an
initiative launched by the National Council for State Reciprocity
Agreements that will help connect Hoosier students with online education
in other states.
The Obama Administration included $69 billion in discretionary
appropriations for the U.S. Department of Education in its budget for
the 2015 Fiscal Year, a 2-percent increase from the 2014 budget.
Bloomington High School North and South officials say the new changes to the SAT are an improvement.
The Indiana Coalition for Public Education and members of the community
met Tuesday to discuss ISTEP and other
The U.S. Department of Education has announced the opening of applications for the Investing in Innovation Grant Competition.