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Schools

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    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.
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    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 Mike Pence has withdrawn an application for $80 million in federal funds.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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Collaborative Photography

Fort Wayne Photographer and teacher at Canterbury High School Stephen Perfect talks about his collaborative photographs. The work will be on display at Crestwoods Frame Shop and Gallery, Roanoke, Indiana, May 3, 2014- June 3, 2014.

Video: Gallery prep

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Grace Harman unwraps and organizes Stephen Perfect's artwork Thursday at Crestwoods Frame shop and Gallery, Roanoke. The retrospective show, May 3 through June June 7, spans Perfect's photographs from the '60s to the present and includes collaborative work with his students at Canterbury High School. The reception for the show is 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday.

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