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The Monroe County Community School Corporation received $300,000 in grants this year for their after-school programs.
Rookie teacher David Chen employs an unorthodox method in MCCSC’s first-ever Chinese language classes. But success isn’t guaranteed.
A recent grant will provide Monroe County Community School Corporation with $300,000 in grant money each year for four years.
Using standards that aren’t aligned with other states could mean that
many resources such as teaching materials and standardized tests won’t be applicable.
Members of the Bloomington community met Thursday at the Monroe County
Public Library to discuss the Green School, a charter school that could
open in Bloomington.
Fairview Elementary School Principal Tammy Miller welcomed several IU
Herbert Presidential Scholars to Fairview Tuesday night to introduce
them to the literacy program they will participate in with Fairview
The Birth to Five: Watch Me Thrive! program would screen children at an early age in order to catch developmental problems early on.
The Indiana Department of Education released the results of the 2012-2013 new teacher evaluations yesterday.
Teacher evaluations from a new statewide system of educator ratings were
released Monday, but the data collected by the Indiana Department of
Education has raised questions of viability.
The Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship in Bloomington was awarded an Ivy Tech Civic Engagement Award.
Indiana is increasing the amount of reimbursement given to childcare providers who care for children from low-income families.
Several eighth graders at Tri-North Middle School had the opportunity to volunteer in the Bloomington community Friday.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation has released a guide for
families to learn about summer opportunities available for their
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced today
Indiana’s Four Star Schools for the 2012-13 school year.
The Indiana State Board of Education and the Indiana Department of
Education released the new proposed Indiana Academic Standards Tuesday.
Jobs for America’s Graduates, a national organization that works to keep
students in school, has seen an increasing number of members in
About 200 protesters gathered in the Indiana Statehouse Monday to rally against new proposed academic standards for Indiana.
The Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents is working with
Standard for Success, an online evaluation and management software, to
observe and evaluate Indiana teachers.
The Indiana Department of Education recently released the results of the
Indiana Reading Evaluation and Determination test for 2014.
Indiana State Board of Education member Tony Walker has released a
statement of his opinions about the new proposed Indiana academic