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MAR
20

  It is tragic and unacceptable that 6 decades after Brown vs. Board of Education we still haven’t achieved equality in public education. Inequities still exist, including disparities ...
https://ista-in.org/disciplinary-policies-are-fueling-the-school-to-prison-pipeline

 

 

MAR
18

  According to recent research, raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour would help lower federal spending on food stamps because the higher wage would reduce both the number of food stamp ...
https://ista-in.org/raising-the-minimum-wage-is-the-right-thing-to-do-for-school-support-staff-and-working-hoosiers

 

 

MAR
18

  Last night Governor Pence’s office issued a press release announcing an Executive Order creating a new data collection program which would report to the Governor under the Office of ...
https://ista-in.org/ista-responds-to-announcement-of-governors-new-data-collection-program

 

 

MAR
13

  On Wednesday, we updated you on the status of several bills and we can now report that they all passed in the same form that we described earlier.  For your convenience, we will ...
https://ista-in.org/2014-general-assembly-is-history-part-2-how-other-bills-of-note-landed

 

 

MAR
13

  Today was the last day of the 2014 General Assembly and there were several bills relevant to ISTA and teachers that needed final attention.   For most of the outstanding bills, the ...
https://ista-in.org/2014-general-assembly-now-history-adjournment-sine-die

 

 

MAR
12

  Yesterday, a conference committee on HB 1321 met.    Testimony was solicited but was limited to the changes which were to clarify that the schools in IPS that could be ...
https://ista-in.org/update-hb-1321-ips-bill-moves-forward

 

 

MAR
12

  ISTA thanks its members for helping to keep this bill at a "high visibility" level. Legislator after legislator have reported that at 3rd House meetings throughout the session, ...
https://ista-in.org/update-hb-1075-inprs-annuity-savings-account-program

 

 

MAR
12

  Yesterday, we updated you on where we thought HB 1319 was heading. We can report today that the provision requiring certain school employees acquire an expanded criminal background check ...
https://ista-in.org/2nd-update-on-hb-1319-expanded-criminal-background-check-provisions-to-be-removed

 

 

MAR
12

  Yesterday, a joint conference committee on SB 1 and HB 1001 met and unveiled what is likely to be the "compromise" on the Governor's initiative to eliminate yet another source of revenue ...
https://ista-in.org/update-sb-1-business-personal-property-tax-elimination-governors

 

 

MAR
12

The State Board of Education discussed rulemaking for REPA 3 today among other items in a packed agenda that lasted nearly nine hours.   The board previously conducted recent public ...
https://ista-in.org/state-board-addresses-rule-making-for-repa-3

 

 

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