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Thousands of Hispanic students, professionals and industry leaders in Indiana and around the country will connect this month for a virtual STEM convention where students will be able to network and learn more about job and internship opportunities. 

Schools are starting to take advantage of new flexibility from a law passed by lawmakers earlier this year, that allows schools to apply for waivers to bypass certain state requirements if they can prove it will benefit students. 

This year's presidential campaign is unlike any other, and so far, that includes the debates between candidates. And it's prompting more questions and conversations in classrooms everywhere, including in Indiana.

EVPL Offering Help for Students, Teachers

Sep 15, 2020
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The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library says it’s offering more help for students and teachers during this challenging school year. 

Students who already gave up prom, graduation, and summer vacations are beginning their college experiences differently.

But that’s the least of worries for the health officials tasked with keeping them safe.

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