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Helping the suffering

Helping the suffering

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Books | In nearly every generation, the church learns again how to help the needy. David Apple of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia has stepped forward for…

Classical education never goes out of style

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Education | INDIANAPOLIS—Diagram sentences … learn Latin conjugations in third grade … memorize the preamble to the Constitution. Those assignments may not sound…

Mike Pence’s possibilities in 2016

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Politics | INDIANAPOLIS—Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is keeping his options open for the 2016 presidential race. But he looks more like a vice presidential candidate. Pence…

Faithful eight

Faithful eight

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Books | Author shows how God used believers of high and low station to change a nation’s path

Character counts in education reform circles

Character counts in education reform circles

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Education | INDIANAPOLIS—Character was a hot topic a few years ago. Some feared that America was losing its bearings in terms of traditional values and wanted to…

Ebola’s rude interruption in Liberia

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Ebola Virus | Hoosier farmers Travis and Gina Sheets had a dream: helping the West African nation of Liberia move from importing food to exporting it. But the Ebola crisis…

Designing furniture with a purpose

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Ministry | INDIANAPOLIS—Businessman David Palmer wants to take workers who used to be homeless to the next level in the furniture business. Purposeful Design, which…

Bringing Goodwill to central Indiana

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Charities | INDIANAPOLIS—Engineers and social workers seem to work from opposite ends of the brain. But retiring Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana executive Jim…

Uncommon pushback

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Back to School | With a rebellion growing, Common Core no longer looks inevitable

Coats makes friends, not enemies in Indiana

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Politics | INDIANAPOLIS—While other Republican senators across the nation keep getting primary challenges from the right, Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana may get a free ride…

For future grown-ups

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Books | Some well-known authors have written very good preschool books

Bill Gates’ big bucks can’t slow slipping support for Common Core

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Education | INDIANAPOLIS—Indiana is no longer a lone ranger in abandoning Common Core. Oklahoma and South Carolina are pulling out through their state legislatures, and…

 
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