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A Harrison High School parent who alerted the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. about potential misconduct by a teacher said she was assured "from day one" that law enforcement authorities would investigate the teacher. But the parent said she was "
William Lyles, who integrated Evansville elementary schools in 1957 when he accepted a teaching position at Dexter, died last week...Lyles taught at Third Avenue School, an all-black school, before it closed. He then transferred to Dexter, which had
Longtime Evansville educator William Miller, a former member of the Vanderburgh County Council and a leader in the development of the Evansville African American Museum, died Tuesday morning. He was 80 years old. "He was the love of my life for 59
Two of Indiana's highest-growth schools on standardized testing from 2010 to 2011 were public schools in Evansville. Bosse High School students passing End of Course Assessments grew from 51 percent to 72 percent...Gail Riecken , D-Evansville, on
Although Lori Schmidt has been an occupational therapist for the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. for 16 years, the past three years have been the "most passionate" of her career. Based at Culver Family Learning Center, she has served as the
Max King, 18, right, intently watches his teammate Weston Coward, 18, of Memorial High School transfer hollandaise sauce from its cooking bowl into a measuring cup as they work with teammates Sarah Crowson, 18 and Gracie Lachowecki, 16, to prepare a
55 p.m. , updated February 6, 2012 at 6 a.m. Leaders of Evansville's public school district say they are taking a private-sector approach to their ongoing search for cost savings one that actually involved a significant upfront expense.
Public school teachers sometimes complain with a bit of sarcasm that they must be all things to all children social worker, nurse, confidant, parent, provider of paper and pencils and more, and yes, a teacher, too. To be clear, it is a long-standing
Evansville is looking to build on its reputation as a national leader in school and community collaboration. The idea behind "community schools" is to address students' medical and emotional needs in a timely fashion so they can come to school better
Jahzara McAlister, 6, center, and her sister, Jasanni, 7, right, play around with their signs at the end of the "Walk for Justice" on the University of Evansville's campus in Evansville on Monday. The girls and their families took part in the annual