4 things you should know about Indiana education
FOLLOW THE MONEY: New federal data will reveal how much money every school gets — and whether they have cash to pay for such things as smaller class sizes, extra mental health staff or music instruction. Read more in Chalkbeat.
VOUCHERS: A private voucher school in Bloomington is causing a stir nationally for a brochure that says the school reserves the right to deny admission to LGBT students. Read more from the Associated Press.
NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT: This past weekend four students from the Indiana School for the Blind competed in the national Braille Challenge in Los Angeles. Read more from WFYI.
JOB SEARCH: Three firms and the Muncie schools superintendent are under consideration to be the district’s emergency manager. Lawmakers passed a bill this year requiring the financial takeover of the district after major budget struggles. Read more from the Star Press and Fox 59.