Speaker says state changing way it prepares students



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Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers spoke to about 100 people at the College Success Summit on Tuesday, raising awareness of postsecondary needs and opportunities in Hancock County. (Jim Mayfield / Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — Rethinking a traditional college education as the prime road to success is necessary if Indiana’s economy is going to thrive, participants in an education summit were told Tuesday.

The focus of  the College Success Summit, which featured Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers, was on identifying new ways to arm today’s graduates for success in an ever-changing work environment.

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