Publicly traded Determine Inc. generated fanfare when it announced it was moving its headquarters here and adding 24 jobs to the 35 already here. But many investors have been betting against it for years.
The Chicago-based tech firm, which planned to hire hundreds in Indianapolis and considered moving its headquarters here, has streamlined local operations. Meanwhile, top local exec R.J. Talyor has parted ways with the company.
In the school year that ended in May, nearly 175,000 students were enrolled in more than 235,000 career and technical classes. That’s an 11 percent increase since the 2012-2013 school year, when Gov. Mike Pence challenged schools to serve students going to work as well as students going to college.