INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana is seeking a deadline extension for new credentialing standards requiring most of the state’s dual credit teachers to earn additional college credit.
A regional accreditation agency could grant a reprieve to state and local educators worried that a 2017 deadline for new requirements for teachers of dual credit courses would gut efforts in Indiana to offer college...
School board members on Tuesday signed off on a 2016-17 calendar that includes a one-week fall break and calls for Northern Wells Community Schools students to return to class Aug. 9.
Late last week, the Indiana Department of Education began releasing students’ scores on the state’s standardized test, the ISTEP+.
Members of the American Legion color guard — from left, Bruce Shocky, Rick Murphy, Bill Duncan, Rodger Popplewell, and Craig Mann
When proposals for three new diplomas were brought to the state for review earlier this year, principals in Wells County and across the state expressed concern.
Parents will have their childrens’ ISTEP+ scores Monday, a spokeswoman for the Indiana Department of Education said Friday.
Schools in each of Wells County’s three school districts have Veterans Day programs planned for Wednesday.
Board members on Tuesday approved raises for Northern Wells Community Schools administrators and other employees.
The bands from Norwell and Bluffton high schools went home from their respective semi-state competitions empty-handed Saturday.
New effort aims to help students
Local educators are waiting for more information following Gov. Mike Pence’s pledge this week to ensure the state’s teachers aren’t hurt by what experts say will be a significant drop in standardized test scores.
The Norwell Marching Knights and the Bluffton Bengal Brigade will take part in Saturday’s semi-state competition of the Indiana State School Music Association’s marching band competition.
The message from Wells County Prosecuting Attorney Andy Carnall to Norwell High School students Monday was unmistakable.
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The group gathered in Elm Grove Cemetery under a partly cloudy July sky, waiting for the balloons.
She heard her son died fast and didn’t suffer, but now she’s suffering without him.
A boost in teacher requirements will make it tougher to offer college courses to area high school students
A proposal to expand the federal Head Start program is drawing concern from providers.