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The Indiana Daily Student

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Ivy Tech named military friendly

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G.I. Jobs chooses schools that offer the best and most adaptable services. Veteran students may also vote for schools they believe are military friendly, according to a press release.



TeachEvauls

Expert outlines flaws in teacher evaluations

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Cassandra Guarino, an associate professor of educational leadership and policy, said value-added models are data-driven and objective methods of teacher evaluations that improve the status quo. However, she said the models are biased, error-laden and might be based on faulty tests.

UrbanEduLecture

Education experts discuss IPS reform

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IPS Superintendent Eugene White and David Harris, founder and CEO of the Mind Trust, offered analyses of the specific problems affecting IPS, and which reforms would solve those problems.



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Parents learn to teach children literacy skills

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MCUW and the Salvation Army worked together at the Literacy Party on Wednesday to teach parents with children 5 years old and younger ways they can ensure their children will be ready for kindergarten.


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Grant to prepare students for college

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Indiana universities will receive $36,000 from the “Core to College” grant, funds intended to establish relationships between higher and K-12 education.



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Ind. urges education coalitions

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In an effort to increase college completion and student success, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education challenges local leaders from all 92 Indiana counties to form a College Success Coalition.