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Educators have concerns over new literacy endorsement requirements set to take place over the next few years. One of those concerns involves $1,200 stipends that will be awarded to some educators who receive the endorsement.
Abigail Ruhman
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Indiana Disability Rights and ACLU of Indiana filed a federal complaint on behalf of two Indiana children who receive attendant care from their parents as well as the Indiana Protection and Advocacy Services Commission.
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