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Indiana districts get less money for quarantined students. That might change.

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How Indiana plans to boost pre-K enrollment without increasing state funding

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Indiana schools see long-awaited funding increases for special education, English learners

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Indiana lawmakers passed measures that will reshape education. Here’s what you should know.

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New Indiana budget proposal increases funding for teacher pay and voucher expansion

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Indiana poised to open school vouchers to families earning over $100,000

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How Indiana has cut funding for students in poverty, hurting urban schools

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Voucher expansion, education savings account plan could cost Indiana $100 million

Holcomb proposes small increases in school funding but leaves teacher pay up in the air

Indiana report calls for $600 million more from districts, state to increase teacher pay

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Teaching preschoolers online: Indiana’s experiment draws few takers

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Leading Indiana lawmaker vows to fully fund schools’ virtual learning

Indiana teachers union calls on lawmakers to expand bargaining rights amid COVID

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McCormick asks Indiana lawmakers to avoid school funding cuts, restrict charter schools

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Indiana education chief bucks party politics to try to oust officials who stood in her way

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Indiana education officials change school funding rules for virtual learning in the pandemic

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Indiana teachers union will sit out governor’s race despite key education issues at play

Indiana governor proposes moving fall student count date to avoid school funding cuts

Funding cuts would hurt Indiana schools serving more Black and Latino students

Indiana schools could lose state funding if they don’t open for in-person instruction, top lawmaker warns

As pre-K gains momentum in Indiana, coronavirus throws new obstacles

New policy aims to stop Indiana high schools from writing off students who fall behind

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Indiana teachers fought for better pay. The coronavirus could mean cutbacks instead.

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Indiana lawmakers tackled controversial education issues. Here’s what you should know.

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Search for your Indiana school’s 2019 A-F grade

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Indiana’s 2019 A-F school grades are coming this week. Here’s what to expect.

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Indiana lawmakers open a door for charter schools to share referendum funds

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Amid pushback, Indiana lawmakers abandon restrictions on school referendums

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Lawmakers reject plan to crack down on Indiana virtual schools. Here’s what they propose instead.

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How the state missed thousands of ‘ghost’ students at two Indiana virtual schools

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Indiana lawmakers scrap plan to let schools count high school equivalency as a diploma

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Is a high school equivalency good enough to graduate? Some Indiana districts say it should be.