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PHM hosting parent meetings about critical race theory in the district

Ind. (WNDU) - The Penn-Harris-Madison school district is prepared to put its curriculum under the microscope after complaints that the district is teaching critical race theory. Three workshops for parents have been scheduled for next week to learn more about the lessons being taught. A group called Strengthen Our Schools...
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INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE TEAM UP WITH AWS TO PROVIDE TECH SKILLS TRAINING TO 5,000 CITIZENS STATEWIDE

Government, education, and industry leaders in Indiana commit to increasing access to cloud computing education to individuals interested in upskilling and reskilling. (INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.) – Today, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) and Ivy Tech Community College, in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), announced a statewide initiative to allow access to cloud computing education courses and certifications for learners in high schools and community colleges across the state. This initiative aims to train, upskill, and certify at least 5,000 Hoosiers over the next two years to qualify for cloud computing jobs in their local communities.
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Every child is born to a unique set of circumstances. And it is these different social, familial, economic, environmental, and many other factors, that help shape who they become. While these conditions are countless, a handful of factors play an outsized role in a child’s development and likelihood for future success — including academic success. […]
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Hoosier Vocabulary: Terms all IU students should know

IU is home to a number of traditions, places and terms that may be unfamiliar to international students and freshmen alike. Here is a list of some common terms heard around campus and their meanings. With this list you’ll be talking like a “Hoosier” in no time!. IMU. The Indiana...
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Indiana U's President Has COVID-19, Despite Being Vaccinated

Indiana University's new president, Pamela Whitten, has COVID-19, despite having been vaccinated, Indiana Public Media reported. Whitten said she experienced minor symptoms and was tested Thursday. “While the vaccine is not 100 [percent] effective, I am so grateful to be protected from more serious symptoms,” Whitten wrote in an email...
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Miami (Ohio): 25 northwest Ohio, northeast Indiana students receive degrees

Twenty-five northwest Ohio and northeast Indiana students have received degrees from Miami University, the university in Oxford, Ohio, has announced. Bryan: Annika Shaffer, McKenna Shaffer, Katie Stiverson, Austin Teegarden, Kate Winzeler, Jordan Wittler;. Defiance: Steven Brown, Adam Malone, Simon Miller, Alex Stambaugh, Sam Stambaugh;. Hicksville: Camdyn Yder, Katelyn McKinney;. Paulding:...
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INDIANA, MARION CENTER BOARDS TO MEET

Both the Indiana Area and Marion Center school boards meet tonight, with preparations for the upcoming school year on their agendas. At Indiana, the board will consider a motion to modify the Health & Safety plan to make masking optional for all students and staff, except when being transported, which is controlled by the state. The plan strongly recommends that those who are not vaccinated, who are under age twelve, and/or are immunocompromised, continue to wear masks.
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In Depth: Fanning the flames of race in education

Critical race theory has become the subject of much controversy in Indiana and across the country. Some states have banned its instruction in K-12 schools. In Indiana, Attorney General Todd Rokita has been critical of it and even released a “Parent Bill of Rights” that includes ways for parents to get involved with school boards and review curriculum and state standards.