Wolf at the “Hoosier” Schoolhouse Door

Wolf at the “Hoosier” Schoolhouse Door Zoom link Join us for an evening with authors and education policy experts, Jennifer Berkshire and Jack Schneider, for a discussion on how their book, A Wolf at the Schoolhouse Door, applies to Indiana. From New...

ICPE Response to Indiana’s Proposed Budget Bill

ICPE Response to Indiana’s Proposed Budget Bill ICPE Response to Indiana’s Proposed Budget Bill April 21, 2021 The Indiana Coalition for Public Education (ICPE) welcomes the news that Indiana’s proposed budget will include $1.9 billion in new dollars for K-12...

Vic’s Statehouse Notes #356 – looming threats and flaws

Vic’s Statehouse Notes #356 – looming threats and flaws Dear Friends, With only three days left in this General Assembly session, a dangerous threat to our state remains to be fixed.  Education Scholarship Accounts are still in the budget bill, and the...

Will ESAs help our most vulnerable students?

Will ESAs help most vulnerable students in foster care? Kristina Frey is an attorney who works as a juvenile public defender in Marion County. She testified on HB 1001 at the School Funding Subcommittee meeting on 3/25/21 specifically on ESAs and voucher expansion....

Call to action – Speak up now before it’s too late

Call to action – Speak up now before it’s too late If the proposed Education Scholarsip Accounts (ESAs) are included in the state budget bill, they will be the proverbial “camel’s nose under the tent.” Like voucher programs, ESA programs...

Vic’s Statehouse Notes #355

Vic’s Statehouse Notes #355 Dear Friends, The Senate budget proposal was announced on April 8th. The Senate budget put more money into the K-12 budget than did the House plan in the second year of the budget.  In the second year (FY 2023), the House increase was...

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