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A report by the Commission for Higher Education shows college students receiving state financial aid are enrolling and completing more credit hours per semester, which puts them on track to graduate in four years.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz, announced Tuesday that Laurie Davies of Pine Tree Elementary School in Avon and Kelly Wilber of Southport Elementary in Indianapolis each will receive the Milken Educator Award, which comes with a $25,000 cash prize.
Tuesday night, the Indianapolis Public School Board approved the first school under a law that allows the district to create autonomous schools not bound by collective bargaining to improve student achievement at struggling or underused schools.
High schools in Indiana are required to educate their coaches, student athletes and parents about concussions and head injuries, and follow specific rules after a head injury occurs. A new law would apply those same rules to grades 5-8.
A single X-ray or CT scan exposes a person to just a tiny bit of radiation, but over time, that exposure can add up to increased rates of cancer — especially for kids. Now, patients at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis have a new option.