• Sandi Cole co-authored the study and is director of the Center on Education and Lifelong Learning. (Jeanie Lindsay/IPB News)

    Study: Students with Disabilities Perform Better in General Classroom

    Students with disabilities perform better on tests when they spend more time in general education classrooms, according to a recent study on student inclusion from Indiana University. Keeping students with
     
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  • High school student Christian Omoruyi testifies before the Senate Elections Committee. (Indiana General Assembly)

    Senate Panel OKs Redistricting Standards Bill

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/christian_omoruyi_0.jpg” alt=”High school student Christian Omoruyi testifies before the Senate Elections Committee. (Indiana General Assemb A Senate panel approved a bill Monday that once again tries to impose
     
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  • Companies Interested in Locating in Knox County

    Interest continues to grow for businesses looking to open up shop in Knox County. President and CEO of the Knox County Development Corporation Kent Utt says a pair of companies
     
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  • So Far, Flu Causes 14 Deaths in Indiana

    Flu season is in full swing with 14 flu-related deaths so far this year in the state. Last year Indiana had nearly 336 deaths due to the flu. The US
     
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  • Cancer “Cure” Announced by Israeli Doctors

    Several advances in cancer treatment were made in 2018. But, the “cure” that was announced by Israeli doctors should be taken with a grain of salt, said a cancer researcher
     
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  • MYL Discussion on Hate Crime Law

    Indiana is one of only five states in the country without a hate crime law. The topic has been a hot button issue during the past few legislation sessions. And
     
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  • Chamber Connections Kick off Feb. 12

    The Knox County Chamber of Commerce is set to roll out a new event next week, in an effort to grow the connections between their members. The Chamber Connections event
     
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  • SWDC Employees Complete Leadership Program

    A pair of Knox County Soil & Water Conservation District employees are now more equipped to improve the quality of local natural resources. Tracey Johnson and Will Drews recently received certification for
     
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  • Newest Candidates for 2019 Municipal Elections

    Two more individuals have filed to run in the 2019 Municipal Elections. On Friday, a second name was added to the race for the District 5 seat on the Vincennes
     
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  • KCDC Shovel Ready Celebration

    Local leaders will gather for a celebration later this month. On Friday, February 15th, The Knox County Development Corporation will welcome Indian Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch as they celebrate the
     
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