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Plan Will Increase Degrees in Indiana

Plan Will Increase Degrees in Indiana Associated Press A plan to increase the number of college degrees in Indiana won unanimous approval Wednesday from...

Rose Mays elected to IU Foundation board

Rose M. Mays, professor emerita at the Indiana University School of Nursing at IUPUI, has been elected to the Indiana University Foundation Board of...

It’s time to Call-a-Pacer

Children and families are invited to listen to their favorite stories in children’s literature recorded by players from the Indiana Pacers or representatives of...

Butler University’s undergraduate business program a top 50 by Businessweek

INDIANAPOLIS — Butler University’s College of Business (COB) has secured the 48th position in the Bloomberg BusinessWeek ranking of the best U.S. undergraduate business...

State adopts plan to boost college completion, student success

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education’s new strategic plan challenges the state’s colleges and universities to focus on college completion and student success. Titled...

School Chooser Guide being distributed

Mayor Greg Ballard recently kicked off the distribution of a comprehensive Indianapolis School Chooser Guide at a news conference with parents, teachers and representatives...

Christel House DORS and Ivy Tech Community College to Launch Gateway to College Program

Indianapolis – Christel House DORS (Dropout Recovery School) in partnership with Ivy Tech Community College has received a contract of up to $424,000 from...

Library grants target early learner computers, eBooks

New educational technology at The Indianapolis Public Library will help young children become successful learners thanks to grants from The Library Fund, a fund...

Debutante Cotillion applications available

Applications for the 2012 Debutante Cotillion and Scholarship Program are now available. This year, the Debutante Cotillion will be held on Sunday, Nov. 11,...

EdPower to open new, all boys middle school

Indianapolis based EdPower announced this week the fall 2012 opening of Tindley Preparatory Academy, the first all-boys charter school for grades 6-8 in Indianapolis...

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