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Schools

  • Pence won't reconsider seeking US preschool grant
    INDIANAPOLIS - Education advocates pressured GOP Gov. Mike Pence on Tuesday to reconsider seeking a federal preschool grant, but the governor rejected calls to apply for up to $80 million in funding.
  • How will pre-K be financed?
    Allen County officials say they are waiting to see where future funding will come from for statewide prekindergarten now that Gov. Mike Pence has withdrawn an application for $80 million in federal funds.
  • For many, home is where the school is
    Michele Berkes-Adams tried several public and charter schools before she withdrew her 14-year-old son, Caedmon, and daughter, Delphi, 12, and started schooling them herself.“My son has Asperger’s.
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City has 2 finalists for ’14 top teacher

Two local educators were named top 10 finalists for the Teacher of the Year award Monday.

Sarah Shatto-Jones, a visual arts teacher at Homestead High School, and Emily J. Oberlin, a world history teacher at South Side High School, were named finalists.

Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced the top 10 finalists for the 2014 Teacher of the Year. The winner will be announced in October.

Other finalists: Susan Ament, Plainfield Community School Corporation; Lauren Kniola, Metropolitan School District of Pike Township; Susan E. Panzica, South Bend Community School Corporation; Steven R. Perkins, Metropolitan School District of Washington Township; Kelly Jean Scott, Muncie Community Schools; Denise E. Selm, Richmond Community Schools; Meg Strnat, Hamilton Southeastern Schools; and Renee White, Carmel Clay Schools.

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