Morning Bell: Does Testing Narrow The Curriculum In Indiana Schools?
Testing: ‘Good’ results but at what price? – ”Testing has its place. But overall it does not seem that the increasing time and money spent on tests is making the U.S. more competitive globally.” KPC News (Kendallville)
Charter in push to get recruits to actually enroll – ”With less than a month before school starts, officials tied to the Fort Wayne Urban League’s new charter school are trying to get more students to make their enrollment official.” The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
State Awards Additional Funds to Support School Improvement — Kokomo Perspective: News – The Kokomo Perspective posts the following press release from the IDOE: “Three more academically challenged Indiana schools” — one in Indianapolis, one in South Bend, one in Evansville — ”will receive grants to support improvement efforts in the 2012-2013 school year.” Kokomo Perspective
How Leaders Can Bring Sustainability to Campuses — Commentary — The Chronicle of Higher Education – This commentary lauds Ball State University president Jo Ann Gora’s efforts attempts to promote environmentally-sustainable policies on campus. The Chronicle of Higher Education