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The IDOE has started releasing the proposed streamlined and high priority standards for public comment. Note the legal requirements imposed on the IDOE, upcoming release dates for other subjects, and the closing date for providing feedback to the IDOE.
IDOE timeline from September Note the final column with assessment information.  

Note: 2 tabs for each grade. One with strikeouts through standards the IDOE proposes for removal. The other has the proposed high-priority standards with a column for your team to compare your current high-priority standards with the IDOE proposal. Thank you to Megan Stout, Melissa LaShure, Shelly Wilfong and Tracey Noe for help with the documents.
Following public comment, the SBOE will vote on the changes in June of 2024.
Focus on Computer Science Standards

Resource Links:

Upcoming PD:

  • Unpacking the Updated Indiana CS Standards: Tuesday, March 21 AND Thursday, March 23, 2023; 6-8 PM ET Register here OR Saturday, April 8, 2023; 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM ET →Register here
  • Integrating CS in your K-8 classroom using Digital Citizenship Tuesday, April 4 AND Thursday, April 6, 2023; 6-8 PM ET →Register here

**The IDOE will release the proposed streamlined standards for public input on March 10.
**Nextech has partnered with the IDOE and the ESC of I to provide Computer Science support.  

Indiana Department of Education’s Office of Educator Talent would like to invite you to register for Indiana’s Educator Pipeline CollaborativesThe Educator Pipeline Collaboratives are interactive events that bring together PK-12 and higher education stakeholders for presentations and discussions focused on expanding and diversifying the PK-12 educator pipeline through Grow Your Own Programs and Registered Teacher Apprenticeships. Please register now for one of three events taking place this May. We hope you or someone from your program are able to attend and be part of the collaboration. 
Legislative Areas of Interest
Bills to watch related to the Science of Reading — House bills 1558 and 1590 and Senate bills 402 and 443. These include defining the term, and making requirements for it such as district reports, and teacher prep.
SB 380 proposes changes to the calculation for graduation rate as well as addresses graduation waivers and dress code policies.
ILEARN Preparation

ILEARN Web Sites NIESC and NWIESC have 2 ILEARN websites dedicated to supporting our members. Note the tabs at the top of each site to change focus areas.


Continue the Statewide Book Study:
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Dr. Michelle Grewe
Director of Professional Learning @ NIESC and NWIESC
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