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New statewide grant aims to expand supplemental literacy and math instruction using evidence-based strategies

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) today announced the recipients of the Expanding What Works grant, a new opportunity designed to increase access to...

Hoosier hurdle: Indiana targets top ten in FAFSA completion

The Indiana Higher Education Commission announced their statewide 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion goal.

NBA All-Star Weekend 2024: Things to do

As the 2024 NBA All-Star approaches, the city is gearing up for a jam-packed weekend of events, parties and activations. Returning to Indianapolis for the...

New year, where’s the new money?

The Department of Labor reports that Indiana is one of twenty states that will not be increasing their minimum wage in the new year....

Indiana Pacers and International Marketplace Coalition collaborate to bring the magic of live basketball to Hoosier youths and families

The Indiana Pacers, in a groundbreaking partnership with the International Marketplace Coalition, and other participating partners are excited to unveil an initiative that promises...

Time to raise the wage

At first glance, Hoosier workers had a lot to celebrate Monday, on Labor Day. Unemployment is at a near-record low, and the state has the...

More Hoosier children living in poverty

New data show Indiana children are making strides in education, but the state continues to struggle with high rates of child poverty.Those facts, among...

IHS Brings Indiana Bicentennial Train to Indiana State Fair

The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) and the Indiana State Fair Commission (ISFC) are pleased to announce that the Indiana Bicentennial Train, and IHS program...

Indiana State Fairgrounds to host summer events

THIS WEEK: June 27: Central Indiana Bicycle Association N.I.T.E. RideLocation: 4H Exhibit HallHours: Ride starts at 11 p.m.Admission: Early registration (before May 29th): $25 per...

Vincennes U. initiates scholarships for middle-income families

VINCENNES, Ind. - Middle-income families who have struggled to qualify for college financial aid will receive a major boost thanks to a new scholarship...
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