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Teacher Training Faces New Challenges

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May 21, 2014

If we want better students, do we need better teachers? And how do we get there? We’ll talk to a panel of local experts and teacher trainers.

Purdue has frozen its tuition for the third year, but what are some of the ideas being tried around the country to control costs?

We’ll also have the latest on the MERS outbreak and the League of Cities are scheduled to be in Gary to talk about how the city to help children learn.

 

Guests include:

Daniel J. Hurley, Associate Vice President for Government Relations and State Policy,American Association of State Colleges and Universities

Eddie Melton, NIPSCO Corporate Citizenship & Employee Involvement Officer

Tony Lux, retired Merrillville superintendent

Diana Underwood professor at Purdue University Calumet

Melissa Higgson, member of the Munster School Board

 

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