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New standards concern academic officials

Indiana State Board of Education member Tony Walker has released a statement of his opinions about the new proposed Indiana academic standards.


Association implements teacher evaluation software

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.



Program works to improve graduation rates

Jobs for America’s Graduates, a national organization that works to keep students in school, has seen an increasing number of members in Indiana.


MCCSC makes Four Star schools list

Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced today Indiana’s Four Star Schools for the 2012-13 school year.



Teacher evaluation system raises concerns

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.


Fairview begins literacy program

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 students.


Community debates charter Green School

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.



New standards to replace Common Core

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.


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