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There are some necessary college lessons that you aren't prepared for in a high school class room.
a lot of reason to be paying attention to Germany lately.Never
mind President Obama’s recent visit to the Bavaria region of the country for
the G7 — and the scandalous revelation he drank non-alcoholic beer while he was
there (#beerghazi?) — or Jeb Bush’s saber-rattling follow up in Berlin in front
of an audience that sees the Iraq war as striking American disaster.The
real reason is that, as a growing number of American students have discovered,
Germany wants to pay for your college degree.
The modern, diverse public high school raises the question if the works of Shakespeare still have a place.
Mormon Institute of Religion in Bloomington teaches highschoolers about their faith.
Standardized test scores plummeted across the state last year.
In order to get your diploma in the state of Indiana, you have to pass the ISTEP+ Algebra I Graduation Examination and the English 10 Graduation Examination, but what if you don’t care for Pythagoras or his theorems and Shakespeare isn’t your homeboy?
2016 school year shows increase use in Here Comes the Bus app.
Rally for referendum education funding occurred outside courthouse, Tuesday.
The Indiana Department of Education works to emphasize the School Safety Specialist Academy.
The Monroe County History Center produces exhibits to educate local residents.
The museum is recognized as an institution of STEM education.
Shane Gibson works with Sycamore Land Trust to get kids into nature.
Hoosier students are being taken care of with resources from local higher-education institutions.
School resource officers are responsible for the safety and education of students.
44 schools in Indiana were selected as the 2016-17 Family Friendly Schools
The Monroe County School System extends learning and resources to the community.
Glenda Ritz, Indiana's Superintendent of Public Instruction, announced the data Tuesday morning.
Writing school chapter empowers young girls through the class.
The referendum proposes to continue tax levy on tax rates and supplemental funding.
The library provides accessible reading materials around the community.