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Bennett Squares Off with Higher Ed on Teacher Licensing

Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett faced a skeptical crowd of about two hundred education professionals in Indianapolis last night, as he defended his proposals to change how education students, teachers, principals and superintendents enter and maintain their professions. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

View video clips of the event and surrounding discussion here.

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Senate Committee Hears Budget Transparency Bill

A bill before the Indiana Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee would require all agencies that receive state money to list on a central website how they use the funds they get from the state. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

Early Education Credits Now Transferrable Between IU and Ivy Tech

Anticipating increased demand for teachers over the next decade, Ivy Tech Community College has signed an agreement with Indiana University allowing the full transfer of early education credits from one school to the other. From member station WFIU in Bloomington, Stan Jastrebski reports.

Economists ‘Hope’ for Moderate Recession

Economists at Indiana University released their 2009 economic forecast today, predicting Indiana could escape the year with only a moderate recession.  But as Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports, they say that still means tougher times are ahead for Hoosiers.

Bill Clinton Wraps Up Indiana Tour

Former President Bill Clinton made a campaign swing across south-central Indiana Wednesday, finishing the four-city tour with a large rally at Indiana University’s Assembly Hall. From WFIU in Bloomington, Adam Ragusea reports.