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A new report aims to elevate youth voices as part of efforts to eliminate the school-to-prison pipeline. It outlines issues raised by young Hoosiers, and possible solutions to reduce trauma caused by policing and school discipline.
A free program to support Indiana Latino students planning on going to college is returning in person this summer. Project Stepping Stone is a week-long summer program for students entering their senior year.
A first of its kind report from the state aims to reduce cost barriers for Hoosiers interested in college. It highlights state financial aid options and their impact, and makes recommendations for schools to better support students.
Gov. Eric Holcomb vetoed House Bill 1041 late Monday. He said in his veto letter, the bill sent to him fell short of providing “clarity and one consistent state policy regarding the fairness in K-12 sports in Indiana.”
Controversial bills aligned with national political battles on cultural and social issues in schools dominated conversations at the Statehouse this session. But lawmakers also conducted plenty of other legislative business that didn't get as much attention – including several notable changes for education.