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Launched last year to track student success after high school, the Indiana Department of Education’s new “Graduates Prepared to Succeed” online dashboard aims to make districts more accountable to state benchmarks.
The state of Indiana is working to improve its workforce through a collaborative effort that spans across the public, nonprofit, private and education sectors to meet evolving workforce needs.
The Boone County Prosecutor's Office raked in $328,000 in grants to offset the costs of increasing crime. The money will come from six grants and help with salaries and technology upgrades.
Jon Rogers, Indiana's director of strategic workforce planning, describes the State Earn and Learn program, which recruits participants from diverse backgrounds to spend a year at the Office of Technology and learn on the job.
Comcast has reached an agreement with the state of Indiana on a $50 million investment to expand high-speed broadband Internet across Indiana, including to Porter, LaPorte and Starke counties.
Most of the 48 recipient school districts intend to use the funds to pursue project-based learning, community engagement, entrepreneurship, student-centered classrooms and extracurricular STEM activities.
Residents in rural and urban areas across the state are being encouraged to test their Wi-Fi connections and submit results that will be formulated into a map to inform future broadband funding.
Indiana’s Office of Technology, Purdue University and Indiana University are teaming up to offer free cybersecurity assessments to interested local governments in an effort to improve cyber postures statewide.
The federal funding will be distributed over five fiscal years for the construction and operation of direct-current fast charging stations along federally designated Alternative Fuel Corridors.
A lack of easily accessible charging stations means that EV drivers in some instances must plan trips to accommodate — both in their schedules and where they go — lengthy stops to add juice to their batteries.