Governor Makes Case For HIP 2.0
July 2, 2014
It is time for the Department of Education to turn in it’s homework. Despite some of the infighting among key players, yesterday the state met the deadline to tell the federal government how it will comply with no child left behind.
The state has also submitted its plans to expand Medicaid. We’ll talk to Indiana Heath Commissioner William VanNess.
We’ll also talk to the head of IUN about their building project and the future of local campuses.
And Fred Glass will finally tell us about IU’s Student Athlete Bill of Rights.
Danielle Shockey, deputy superintendent of public instruction
William VanNess, state health commissioner
Fred Glass, vice president and director of intercollegiate Athletics