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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...

More than a field trip: 2023 Crossroads Air Show helping to cultivate the next generation

The 2023 Crossroads Air Show drew in massive crowds the weekend of Oct. 27-29, but the most important visitors might have been the busloads...

Don’t miss it: Indiana State Museum’s Canal Nights are back

The Indiana State Museum’s Canal Nights is back in full swing, offering free hands-on and family-friendly activities every Wednesday night. The summer series officially kicked...

NCHS student gets full-ride to Rose-Hulman

Trevon Thomas, a senior at North Central High School, has received the opportunity of a lifetime: a full-ride scholarship to the No.1 undergraduate engineering...

Fewer than one-third of IPS students meet growth targets for math

Only 39% of Indianapolis Public Schools students met expectations for growth in English last fall, and just 31% met them in math, test results...

‘The very problem is the solution’: Researchers want more Black women in STEM

Black women are sorely underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math, otherwise known as STEM. Black women, who represent about 6.5% of the country’s population,...

Top Indianapolis STEM students to be recognized by BDPA

In conjunction with the 36th annual National Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) Technology Conference, top Indianapolis students will be recognized at the National BDPA Information...

IU Bloomington 11th in nation for advancing women in STEM programs

Based on data provided by the federal government’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System on female enrollment in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at universities...

Gary student among state’s top three in math

Keyshawn Brown is not one to shy away from a challenge. That is part of the reason why the 14-year-old Gary, Ind., student has...
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