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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.

Indiana's moratorium on evictions is set to expire this week and additional pandemic unemployment benefits have already ended, and schools are on edge for what it could mean for students with unstable housing. 

Senate, House Pass School Funding Measures

Jan 22, 2018

Late last year, the state revealed a surprise uptick of public school student enrollment, which led to a multi-million dollar gap in funding. Now, two bills to fix the nearly $16 million funding shortfall for this year has been approved – one in the House, and one in the Senate.

Lawmakers estimate enrollment numbers to figure out how much to set aside for school funding during budget sessions, but last year’s numbers turned out to be off the mark due to an unexpected surge of students enrolling in public schools.

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