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Colleges to celebrate high-speed connections

By Zach Osowski The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana University will host a celebration Thursday commemorating the 63 university and college campuses across Indiana that are being connected through an ultra high-speed network. The $35.8 million undertaking was made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce and aims to connect 21 Ivy […]

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IU will cut summer tuition to fill under-used buildings

Indiana University plans to begin discounting its tuition by 25 percent for its summer sessions at its campuses in Bloomington, Indianapolis and across the state to encourage year-round attendance.

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Obama announces new education freedoms for states; Indiana will take advantage

Indiana will act quickly to seek a waiver of controversial federal school accountability rules under new freedoms announced Friday by President Barack Obama.

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Scientists throw party at state fairgrounds

Hoosiers from across the state can explore science at the premier Celebrate Science Indiana event held at the State Fair grounds.

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Innovation Fund to reward creative school programs

Schools and non-profit groups that want to try or expand a creative or novel education program can now compete for funding from a new state Innovation Fund that is set to distribute $5 million over the next two years.

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More Hoosier students take SAT but scores drop slightly

More Indiana high school students took the SAT college entrance exam this year than ever before but the average scores dropped slightly in writing and math.

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