Without an exemption approved last month, most schools would have received a D or an F. That would have affected teacher’s evaluations, and therefore pay, and put many schools on the path to state intervention.
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By the end of the year, Recovery Force plans to seek FDA clearance for the system for hospitals that helps patients regain mobility. Sales could begin in mid-2020.
Sen. Mike Braun’s total assets are worth roughly $12 million to $49 million—compared with the $36 million to $96 million the Jasper Republican reported last year.
The developer behind the $5.4 million plan to convert Castleton Extended Stay into senior living units is seeking a three-year tax break on the project.
The more generous scale has boosted IPS’ performance as it launches a new strategy of partnering with charter operators, by allowing some innovation network schools to earn high marks despite overall low test scores.
Nearly two-thirds of schools received As or Bs under the Indiana system, according to two sets of grades released Wednesday.
When visiting Indianapolis in March to gather intelligence on the city’s HQ2 bid, Amazon officials had two meals at hot restaurants on downtown’s northeast side and toured three potential sites for the $5 billion project.
Forty-two contested state and local races are on the ballot this year, including more than a dozen township races.
Indiana Virtual School has attracted thousands of students but graduated very few. A Chalkbeat Indiana investigation found the school’s founder hired his own company to manage the school, for which it received millions of dollars.
A Fort Wayne fixture is coming back to Indianapolis, with plans to open a craft chocolate shop and sundae bar in the Keystone at the Crossing area.
Workers who lose their jobs will be eligible for federal assistance in training and education, the Labor Department has ruled.
An expansion in health coverage and an end to the recession, which hit Indiana hard, are two big reasons.
Race fans can now view more than a dozen pieces of Indianapolis 500 history not on view in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum by using a new 3-D internet database.
Fishers-based Recovery Force LLC took a big step this month toward its goal of bringing to market a wrap that’s designed to improve blood flow and enhance recovery for people battling serious health issues.
The building on Prospect Street was constructed in 1872 and operated as a bar for more than a century. The area is quickly picking up momentum as development extends west from Fountain Square’s core.
World music, British comedy, a homegrown musical and more offer plenty of options this week.
A southern Indiana county council has voted against joining a regional collaborative effort on development projects being pushed by Gov. Mike Pence.