Dunn: Taking Her Shot

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Caitlin Clark’s college basketball career has generated a great deal of media coverage and her recent signing with the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) team, Indiana Fever, has reignited a complaint that women have been making since at least the 1860s: Gender Pay Disparity.

Michael Hicks: US debt will change local economic development policies

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The U.S. national debt is near its politically unsustainable level. That means substantive changes to both taxes and spending in the foreseeable future, which also means less federal funding for state and local governments.

Housing is our fundamental Infrastructure

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Before we had water systems, storm and sanitary sewers, streets and roads, bridges, and other Modern Marvels, we had housing.

Mark Franke: Plato’s philosopher kings and America in 2024

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One of my less than admirable traits is to attempt to categorize and organize everything into its simplest terms. All too often, simple devolves to simplistic as I keep trying to pound an unwilling square peg into an unreceptive round hole.

Editorial: Rokita right to target forever chemicals

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The (Anderson) Herald Bulletin

Michael Hicks: We botched last curriculum reform, we can’t again

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Indiana is in the process of revamping its high school curricula. This could be a superb opportunity to rethink some fundamentals about schooling, its role in society and the needs of the future economy. It is also a good time to re-center the long-term wellbeing of students into the discussion.

John Krull: When the story is the story

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Gregg Doyel made national news the other day.

Niki Kelly: Consider this curmudgeon confused on latest diploma move

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It finally happened — I have become my father. Specifically, I find myself talking about how things were when I was growing up. For instance, when I went to high school, everyone got the same diploma and it gave you a rounded knowledge base to prepare you for your future, whatever that may have looked like.

Editorial: New ILEARN format will allow more personalized learning

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The (Fort Wayne) Journal Gazette