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Schools

  • How will pre-K be financed?
    Allen County officials say they are waiting to see where future funding will come from for statewide prekindergarten now that Gov. Mike Pence has withdrawn an application for $80 million in federal funds.
  • For many, home is where the school is
    Michele Berkes-Adams tried several public and charter schools before she withdrew her 14-year-old son, Caedmon, and daughter, Delphi, 12, and started schooling them herself.“My son has Asperger’s.
  • Colleges’ interest in home-schoolers grows
    The academic performance of home-schoolers runs the gamut, said Robert Kunzman, managing director of the International Center for Home Education Research at Indiana University in Bloomington.
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WGU Indiana holds tuition steady

WGU Indiana said today it would hold its tuition at $6,000 a year, the fourth year it has not raised tuition since its founding.

The university said in a statement it offers more than 50 accredited bachelor's and master's degree programs in business, education, information technology and health professions.

“Degree attainment is extremely important in today’s economy as college degrees play an instrumental role in helping working adults move forward in their careers,” WGU Indiana Chancellor Allison Barber said in the statement. “We are committed to providing an affordable, flexible education option designed to meet the needs of Indiana’s adult learners — another year of steady tuition rates will help us achieve this mission.”

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