INDIANA ELECTION 2016

You’ve got 24 hours to decide who you’re voting for. Here are the 50 stories Chalkbeat has written since June 1 about the 2016 Indiana races that will affect education the most. Chalkbeat

WHAT’S YOUR EDUCATION STORY?

This teacher got her student to listen by bringing down the wrath of Nana. Chalkbeat

SCHOOLS AND POLITICS

How much Stand for Children spent on the Indianapolis school board races is unknown, but the organization spent at least $1 million on Indiana lobbying and political races in four of the last five years. WFYI

SCHOOL FUNDING

If a tax increase for Gary schools fails, the school district could be dissolved. Post-Tribune

COLLEGE AND CAREER TRANSITIONS

Marian University partners with the state to offer teacher scholarships Indy Star

TEACHING AND LEARNING

New scholarships are available for those who want to be teachers. Palladium-Item

TEACHING AND LEARNING

Parents say Indiana can do more to help students with Dyslexia. Star-Press

SCHOOL FUNDING

More Indiana schools are relying on taxpayer-approved ballot issues to pay the bills. StateImpact

COLLEGE AND CAREER TRANSITIONS

Tami Silverman: Indiana is badly neglecting school counseling. Indy Star

SCHOOLS AND POLITICS

Melanie Wright, the only active teacher in the legislature, is fighting to retain her seat. Star-Press

TEACHING AND LEARNING

Indiana University wins a federal grant to create an equity assistance center in its education school. Indiana University

SCHOOLS AND POLITICS

Ritz and McCormick lay out their visions for education in Indiana. Indianapolis Recorder

TEACHING AND LEARNING

California and Indiana report increased interest in teaching. EdWeek

TEACHING AND LEARNING

Renata Gomes: Compared to schools in Brazil, the U.S. is doing a lot right. Indiana Daily Student

TEACHING AND LEARNING

For one Indiana family, teaching is a critical link. Dearborn County Register

TEACHING AND LEARNING

Community remembers Amos Brown one year after his sudden death. RTV6

SCHOOLS AND POLITICS

Brian Howey: After a divisive election, it’s time for Indiana to come together. NWI