The Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative will receive $10.1 million annually and Family and Children’s Place will get $7.8 million per year to operate the federal preschool programs for low-income youth, according to a federal spokesman.
Rick Blackwell, president of DeSales High School, said school officials learned of the "threatening post" on the online chat service Discord on Thursday and immediately notified Louisville Metro Police.
A new law passed this year changed how schools are identified for targeted support and improvement, but the U.S. Department of Education found the new criteria too restrictive.
District and museum officials unveiled the website, called What is a Vote Worth, during a news conference at Frazier Monday, a day before Constitution Day and eight days before National Voter Registration Day.
High school football participation last season was down 8.9% from the 2015-16 school year, a high-water mark across the state when 14,305 students suited up for their teams.
The proposed legislation, sponsored by Rep. Robert Goforth, R-East Bernstadt, would require districts to outfit their bus fleets with stop-arm cameras by Aug. 1, 2023.
The school board set real and personal property tax rates at 73.6 cents per $100 in property value, up from 72.5 cents per $100 last year.
ILEARN results released Wednesday show that 47.9% of all third- through eighth-grade students in Indiana tested at least proficient in English and 47.8% showed proficiency in math.
She signaled Wednesday that the public should brace for lower assessment scores.
The board is scheduled to talk about matters such as standard operating procedures for its new team of about 50 SROs and how they’ll be assigned to schools at a Sept. 24 work session and approve policies during an Oct. 15 meeting, according to a timeline presented to the board Tuesday.