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INDIANAPOLIS — New data show a big drop of just over 9% in the number of Indiana students applying for federal student aid this year, and experts say that could mean a big red flag for college … more
At 2 p.m. (Eastern) March 7, in a virtual event, financial aid experts from all across Indiana will once again help Hoosier families file the most important form for free money for college. This is … more
Montgomery County’s three school districts are speaking out against a bill that would expand the state’s private school voucher program. Indiana House Bill 1005 would open eligibility … more
West Central Indiana Career and Technical Education students will soon have additional options available with new guidelines released by the Indiana Governor’s Workforce Cabinet. CTE … more

The President’s Distinguished Speaker Series at Wabash College is pleased to present award-winning journalist, author and producer Liz Plank for a virtual visit at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23. Register … more
Schools are grappling with how to stop the COVID slide and make up for lost learning during the pandemic. A recent Stanford University study finds the average Indiana student lost 129 days of … more
Crawfordsville Community School Corp. selected a construction manager and began the financing process for the last phase of the Crawfordsville High School renovations. Plans call for an estimated … more
GARFIELD — When children in Sugar Creek Elementary third grade teacher Tammy Murphy’s classroom became startled or upset, they reached for a battery-powered stuffed animal. The toy, … more
LINDEN — The children of Disney villains go on a mission to steal the Fairy Godmother’s wand and free their parents from an island prison in North Montgomery Middle School’s … more

Montgomery County dropped back into the orange zone for COVID-19 spread, allowing restrictions on social gatherings to ease as health officials still warn Hoosiers not to let down their guard in the … more
Crawfordsville High School named its Snowcoming Court and and King last week. Due to attendance restrictions at the home basketball games, the king and court were unable to be recognized during … more
When the classrooms are empty at the end of the day, John Cummins gets to work. In an empty classroom decorated with colorful shapes and numbers at New Beginnings Child Care, Cummins runs a vacuum … more
Forty-two teachers from 10 local preschools (Discovery Preschool, Fuzzy Bear Preschool & Daycare, Hand in Hand Learning Center, Little Creations Child Care, Little Mounties Preschool, Montessori … more

100 Days Smarter [Photo gallery]
Donations to the 109th annual Sunshine Society Cheer Certificate campaign continued to flow into the coffers earlier this month, helping organizers exceed their $12,000 goal. As of Jan. 8, … more
VEEDERSBURG — Ashley Hammond has had a vision for quite some time to create a clothes closet for students in need. The vision from the Fountain Central High School principal became a reality … more
Crawfordsville schools are being too aggressive quarantining children potentially exposed to COVID-19, a school board member said Thursday. Under guidance from the state health department, the … more
INDIANAPOLIS — On Friday, the Indiana Department of Education released the 2020 state graduation rate, which increased from 87.29% in 2019 to 87.6%. “This modest improvement in … more

Southmont High School is looking carefully at the graduation rate for 2019-20, after an Indiana Department of Education audit. The audit revealed that the distribution of an incorrect form between … more
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