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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Hoosier public schools work on reducing expulsions, suspensions; Focus turns toward changing behaviors, keeping academic
Helping them work with their suspension: Calvin Burnett, right, an instructor with Covered Bridge Special Education District, helps a student with a computer program at the Terre Haute Boys & Girls Club on Thirsday. Staff photo by Joseph C. Garza
Helping them work with their suspension: Calvin Burnett, right, an instructor with Covered Bridge Special Education District, helps a student with a computer program at the Terre Haute Boys & Girls Club on Thirsday. Staff photo by Joseph C. Garza
Sue Loughlin, Tribune-Star

Four middle and high school students stood in the Howard Sharpe gym at the Terre Haute Boys & Girls Club Thursday and worked with a teacher, instructor and behavior interventionist on social skills.


Monday, May 21, 2018
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Fewer teens looking for work: Rising minimum wages and parental guidance may be pushing them out

Christopher Stephens, Herald Bulletin

ATTN:  Tippecanoe

ANDERSON – Like most teenagers, when Jaxon Pardue turned 16 he wanted a car – and the freedom that comes with it.


Monday, May 21, 2018
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Drug czar talks about state's efforts to address opioid abuse: 'You're doing it right' in Bartholomew County

Julie McClure, The Republic

ATTN: Marion

When fighting opioid abuse, a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work
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Monday, May 21, 2018
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ITEP meant to give students jump-start on skilled trades career in Kokomo

George Myers, Kokomo Tribune

KOKOMO — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Ivy Tech Community College share a goal: to bring young people, and at some point more women, into skilled trades and manufacturing — from welding to electrical and mechanical work. 


Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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Proposed Cass County wind project contracts released by commissioners; would add over $100 million to the county's assessed value

Mitchell Kirk, Pharos-Tribune Staff Writer

Cass County's advisers indicated Monday that a proposed wind turbine project would add over $100 million to the county's assessed value while decreasing residents' tax rates.


Monday, May 21, 2018
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Southern Indiana school could solve Hoosier construction worker shortage, backers believe

Danielle Grady, News and Tribune

SOUTHERN INDIANA — Restaurants, factories and hospitals: All types of employers seem to be experiencing labor shortages in Southern Indiana. Now, you can add builders and subcontractors to that list.


Monday, May 21, 2018
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