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2016 scholarship winners announced

Posted by: Indiana Retired Teachers Foundation  | July 22, 2016

Each year, IRTF awards 10 scholarships (one in each Area) to help promote our profession and assist college students who have a passion for the classroom.

Proctors sought for grade school assessments

Posted by: National Assessment of Educational Progress  | July 19, 2016

The National Assessment of Educational Progress seeks motivated individuals to proctor assessment sessions with 4th and 8th Grade students in schools.

Heritage project sharing stories of Hoosier educators

Posted by: Indiana Association of Public School Superientendents  | June 24, 2016

In conjunction with Indiana's Bicentennial celebration, the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents (IAPSS) is honoring educators through the Heritage Educators program.

Grant helps English Language Learners program

Posted by: IRT Foundation  | February 16, 2016

An IRTA Foundation Active Teacher Grant helps Clark County create English Language Learners program in the primary grades.

Grant used for Fluent Reading models

Posted by: IRT Foundation  | February 9, 2016

IRT Foundation Active Teacher Grant to Terra Knust, Ottwell Elementary in Pike County, uses teacher grant to improve her 2nd Grade class reading levels.

Grant will help 5th Graders produce newscasts

Posted by: IRT Foundation  | February 9, 2016

Becky Baker, Brownstown Elementary in Jackson County, will use her IRT Foundation Active Teacher Grant to help 5th Graders compose, produce, video and share their own newscast.

Grant helps Kindergarten students learn to read

Posted by: IRT Foundation  | February 9, 2016

IRT Foundation Active Teacher Grant used to help Newby Elementary Kindergarten students learn to read, Marion County.

2016 Legislative Update - Call to Action 2/8/2016

Posted by: Tom Mellish, IRTA Executive Director  | February 8, 2016

Please email your state senators immediately and ask them to oppose HB 1004 and support HB 1161!