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2015/04/24 17:44
2015/04/24 17:44
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The departure of Dexter Suggs as interim Little Rock school superintendent after controversy over management decisions, a legally dubious investigation of some district teachers and a plagiarism...
2015/04/24 17:44
2015/04/24 17:44
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2015/04/23 21:50
2015/04/23 21:50
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Fort Wayne Community Schools received state approval Thursday afternoon for its students to take the ISTEP+ test using paper and pencil rather than on computers. The district doesn't know yet when it...
2015/04/22 23:06
2015/04/22 23:06
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A second wave of Indiana's I-STEP testing beginning Thursday is causing problems again. EVSC officials say students did last a minute run through of the ‘tech-advanced' testing systems on...
2015/04/21 17:36
2015/04/21 17:36
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Word arrives from school that the parent's child is in trouble. Maybe it was a minor offense and the student simply faced a trip to the office. But maybe a suspension or expulsion is in the near...
2015/04/18 18:57
2015/04/18 18:57
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Indiana schools are preparing to administer the second round of ISTEP+ testing this month, but lingering concerns over changes to the test continue to roil many...
2015/04/18 04:50
2015/04/18 04:50
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Online ISTEP+ student assessment tests will start Thursday for local schools, and Fort Wayne Community Schools has been working to ensure it goes smoothly for its students and teachers. Most students...
2015/04/14 14:23
2015/04/14 14:23
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MUNCIE -- One elementary school in Muncie could wind up on the chopping block in order to cut costs in the district. Storer Elementary School is part of the Muncie Community Schools district and its...
2015/04/10 12:50
2015/04/10 12:50
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INDIANAPOLIS — Democratic state schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz could lose her automatic position as State Board of Education leader under a GOP-backed bill a House committee passed Thursday. The...
2015/04/01 21:57
2015/04/01 21:57
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Here in the Hoosier state there are about 4,000 jobs that require Microsoft skills. A pilot program started this year -- by the Indiana Department of Education is hoping to arm students with those...
2015/04/24 17:44
2015/04/24 17:44
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