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Jackson Creek Middle School is receiving complaints after a letter sent home with black and biracial male students Jan. 20 informed parents of a segregated event the school had planned.
The cost of skipping class is tossed around like a well known fact at IU, and $20 and $40 are the common figures. Students may ask themselves when they get out of bed if skipping on a given day is worth it.
Diana Hadley was teaching high school journalism when the Supreme Court of the United States dealt a crushing blow to student reporters around the country.
Middle Way House’s Rise & Shine Daycare recently received recognition from the state of Indiana as a Level 3 Paths to QUALITY facility.
The Indiana Department of Education recognized the 200th Promising Practice on Dec. 9 in honor of the Indiana bicentennial.
Steps are being taken to continue ISTEP, the current statewide assessment of Indiana students.
It was not a good year for incumbent candidates.
Bloomington Expressive Arts Training, a children’s show choir program, offers opportunities for students all the way up to their high school graduations to participate in show choir programs from the introductory level to the pre-professional
Empowerment was the mission statement at Tuesday night’s school board meeting.
Monroe County voted Tuesday to keep additional funding in schools for extracurricular activities and funding for staff in schools.
The only thing wrong with the Monroe County Community Schools Corporation tax referendum renewal, in the eyes of the YesForMCCSC committee, is the lack of knowledge about it.
On Monday, Glenda Ritz, Indiana superintendent of public instruction, announced Indiana has seen significant gains in the number of educators earning initial practitioner licenses, according to an Indiana Department of Education press release.
The flag will not fly.
A string quartet played in the background at the Monroe County Public Library to welcome people into the auditorium to talk about children just like the quartet members and how to keep those children playing in schools.
Early Wednesday morning, Tamara Brown, a junior at Bloomington High School North, walked through the hallways of her school, moving from class to class. As she walked, Brown was stopped by multiple students wearing Confederate flags as hats and capes draped across their bodies, embracing the red flag dashed with blue and white lines.
Teachers gathered with school board members Tuesday to discuss programs they were passionate about.
Cookies, coffee and an appearance from Glenda Ritz drew Monroe County community members Monday night to raise awareness for the state superintendent of public instruction’s re-election campaign.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced the renewed commitment to expanding college and career pathways for Hoosier students Oct. 21. As part of this commitment, the Department is applying for a grant of up to $1.8 million to support My Path My Choice, a college and career readiness plan, according to a department press release.
In a small conference room in the Monroe County Community Schools Corporation building, Dr. Cathy Pratt assured parents that she didn’t have all the answers.
Kraig Bushey sat with two students at Highland Park Elementary School and played a game of matching colors and buttons.