The Daily Report Card: Indy Schools Call For Outside Investigation In Case Of Bullied Teen
ICYMI, here are the statewide IREAD-3 results sorted by school and by corporation.
IPS board seeks outside inquiry in bullying case – We’ve mentioned the case of Indianapolis teen Darnell “Dynasty” Young, who was expelled after bringing a stun gun to school — he says to ward off bullies. “The vote came after a protest involving Young and several hundred other people took place outside the IPS administration building earlier in the evening.” Indy Star
Maynard to serve as interim ISU Foundation president – “Indiana State University provost Jack Maynard will serve as interim president of the ISU Foundation” following the former president’s sudden departure in April. Terre Haute Tribune Star
Attorney General Sues Former Mitchell Schools Treasurer – “Following her arrest last month for misappropriation of funds, the former treasurer of Mitchell Community Schools is being sued by the Indiana Attorney General for repayment of those monies.” Indiana Public Media News
Why So Many Ph.D.s Are On Food Stamps – “The number of people with graduate degrees… who have had to apply for food stamps, unemployment or other assistance more than tripled between 2007 and 2010″ NPR
Companies Value Internships, So Why Don’t They Hire Interns? – Study: “The lion’s share of employers expect students to have internships on their résumés… yet the study found that half of those employers haven’t hired any interns in the past six months, revealing a fundamental disconnect between internship theory and practice.” GOOD