Indiana Schools: Higher Graduation Standards, College /
Work Ready Curriculum, Indiana Department of Education, No Child Left
Behind, Indiana Reading First Program
Indiana is serious when it comes to educating it's children. A
report released in February 2006 highlights Indiana’s efforts to
raise graduation requirements and ensure that all students graduate
ready for college or the workforce. The report recognizes Indiana as
one of only eight states that require a rigorous college- and
work-ready curriculum for graduation.
Indiana Schools: A Commitment to Superior Education
There were 988,289 students attending 1,874 Indiana public
schools in the 1999-2000 school year, with an average of $6,300
spent per student. Indiana middle school students ranked 4th in
the nation in
reading and 12th in math that same year. The State's commitment
is evident in their strong support of the No Child Left Behind and
the Indiana Reading First programs.
For your convenience, we have provided links to the Indiana
Department of Education, as well as many of the local public school
systems, and private and secondary schools in the area.
An excellent internet source of information about Indiana
schools is available at greatschools.net,
"A Parents Guide to K - 12 Success" (opens
in new window).
also provide you with detailed information about local school districts,
their boundaries, and the schools in each district. For
information about Indiana, go to Indiana Links.
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