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After a slow summer, the American Red Cross is back to its normal level of blood donations following low donation numbers throughout the summer.
Indiana’s school voucher program is expanding, with close to 30,000 student applications for Choice Scholarships this year.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz said the Indiana Department of Education needs to go outside the classroom to meet the needs of Indiana students.
Lotus World Music and Arts Festival brings extra business to local bars and restaurants but doesn’t have the same effect on retail, according to some downtown Bloomington businesses.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz made a stop in Monroe County Monday to campaign for a local educator-turned-General Assembly candidate.
People with a bachelor’s degree and work experience in any field will soon be able to teach that field in Indiana secondary schools after passing a content test.
The United States Department of Education announced Thursday that Indiana would receive an extension on its No Child Left Behind waiver, two months after the date it wished to renew the policy.
Decades of studies show teenagers don’t get enough sleep, but the American Academy of Pediatrics says the problem could be easy to alleviate.
Teachers and schools start teaching to a new set of academic standards and a new standardized test this year, and some educators are asking for a year to adjust.
This year’s Indiana graduating class beat the national pass rate for every portion of the ACTs, according to a press release from the ACT organization.
In time for students to move back to Bloomington for the school year, the IU Office of Sustainability and local nonprofits are working together for the fourth annual Resale Trail in Bloomington.
From IDS Reports
RTV6 investigative reporter Kara Kenney, Indianapolis Star social media editor Carrie Ritchie and Indianapolis Business Journal managing editor Cory Schouten will make up a panel to offer career advice to students at 4 p.m Thursday at the Whittenberger Auditorium in the Indiana Memorial Union.
The personal data of about 146,000 IU students and recent graduates was accessed by
webcrawlers from Google, a science-specific search engine called Scirus
and a Chinese search engine called Baidu.
Personal data of about 146,000 students enrolled at seven IU campuses
between 2011 and 2014 had been stored in an insecure location for the
past 11 months.
IU spokesman Mark Land said there’s a
difference between inconvenience and if it’s safe to come to class.
A group of academic experts asked to assess Congress gave it a C minus for a subpar performance in 2013.
The display was titled “Can Santa Claus be a black man?” and depicted a man dressed as the character and playing a saxophone.
are listed in alphabetical order, with their year, major and
excerpts from their personal statement explaining why they want to be a
Union Board director.
Throckmorton worked with IU’s Office of Communications and a small cast
and crew Thursday to tape a television commercial promoting IU.