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Station supply ship carrying Taylor U. satellite

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A supply ship headed to the International Space Station is carrying a tiny satellite designed and built by Taylor University engineering students. More>>

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Indiana third-grade reading remains steady

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Results are in for Indiana's third-grade reading tests, and results have stayed steady over the past year. More>>

College Board provides a glimpse of new SAT

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Anxious students - not to mention their parents - can get a heads-up for how the redesigned SAT might look in two years. More>>

Indiana faces deadline on new education standards

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The national spotlight is on Indiana's education leaders as they speed toward a deadline to replace Common Core learning standards. More>>

Indiana graduation rate unchanged for 2012-13

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Indiana's high school graduation rate remained steady at about 88 percent for the 2012-2013 school year. More>>

Grant to fund expansion of Ivy Tech-Kokomo program

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Ivy Tech's Kokomo Region will get a $3.3 million federal grant to expand a job-training program that serves industrial technology students. More>>

More than 300 Indiana schools rated four stars

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State officials say more than 300 Indiana schools have achieved top four-star honors. More>>

Indiana's new academic standards ready for review Video included

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The new standards came after thousands of hours of discussion between more than 150 Hoosier educators, higher education experts and members of the business community. More>>

Land deal could help prevent budget cuts for HSE schools Video included

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Hamilton Southeastern Schools lopped almost $3 million off its budget, but a surprise cash-for-land deal could prevent more cuts next year. More>>

NCAA urges schools to discuss pitfalls of unions

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The NCAA has provided school leaders with a set of talking points about the potential for a college athletes' union. More>>

Fishers Town Council proposes to buy land from school district

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Under the proposal to be introduced to the council next week, the city would pay about $3 million to the school system for the land. The city would then use that land for a fire station or a park. More>>

Schools decline court-ordered anti-speeding talk

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A western Indiana school corporation doesn't want a young woman to speak to its high schools despite it being ordered as part of her probation. More>>

Downtown Evansville picked for new IU med school

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Indiana University's trustees have selected a downtown Evansville site for a health science education and research center planned by IU's medical school and three other schools. More>>

Educators concerned about more ISTEP glitches this year

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In less than three weeks, hundreds of thousands of Indiana students start taking those high-stakes ISTEP exams. After last year's debacle, everyone is asking what's next. More>>

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