Morning Bell: Purdue Updates Office For Daniels, College Costs Continue To Rise
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Gov. Mitch Daniels will take office as Purdue's next president in January.
Purdue’s Hovde Hall gets updates for Daniels – “For a few decades not much more than cleaning has gone in the southeast corner of Hovde Hall. The reason, said Sharon Whitlock, executive assistant to the president, is that there’s never been a six-month gap between presidents.” Lafayette Journal and Courier
State asks institutions to help students deal with high cost of college – “Annual tuition and fees at Indiana’s four-year colleges and universities doubled between 2001 and 2011, rising to more than $7,000 from about $3,500, according to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education.” Indianapolis Star
Eugene White has them rolling in the aisles at Arsenal – “White snarked a little about ISTEP test, state Superintendent Tony Bennett and Gov. Mitch Daniels, but it was more ribbing than ripping. He got some shots in on his favorite principals and couple of his best teachers.” Get On The Bus
How Will Education Play at the Democratic National Convention? – “The big question going into this weeks Democratic National Convention: What pieces of the presidents K-12 record will the campaign focus on? And how will that play to the very different parts of a divided Democratic party?” Education Week