Education

Answering a Divine Call

Imagine being tasked with the job of filling multiple employment vacancies for a diverse and multi-cultural clientele each and every year. Requests come from a wide variety of settings, including rural, urban, and everything in between. The talent pool is vast and includes job candidates from across the entire nation. Filling these openings requires an… Read more »

Lutheran Teachers are a Blessing

What a blessing you are to God’s church and the Indiana District: Greetings to you each of you in the name of Jesus, our Risen Lord and Savior!  God’s great peace through His Son is yours today. We (Amy and I) celebrate with you as you begin to close out another academic year.  Lutheran schools… Read more »

Lutheran Teachers are a Blessing

What a blessing you are to God’s church and the Indiana District: Greetings to you each of you in the name of Jesus, our Risen Lord and Savior!  God’s great peace through His Son is yours today. We (Amy and I) celebrate with you as you begin to close out another academic year.  Lutheran schools… Read more »

ILEARN – What’s Coming?

Next year as our schools in Indiana transition from ISTEP to ILEARN, the Department of Education has a website you can learn more about next year’s school testing.  Below is a memo from the IDOE. ILEARN Website Updated! The ILEARN website has been updated to assist schools and families in understanding the components of Indiana’s… Read more »

Colloquy News for Teachers

CueNet has annoucned an exciting new scholarship offer for teachers of Lutheran Schools that are thinking about doing colloquy to become a commissioned minister of the LCMS. Teachers, we have a wonderful gift to share with you and we hope that you will help spread the word to your colleagues who could benefit. If you or… Read more »

FREE Resource for Teachers of Science Grades K-12 from Purdue University

The Purdue College of Science K-12 Outreach team has started a free, monthly newsletter featuring lesson planning resources, standards-based labs, and videos.  This newsletter will be emailed after the first of each month.  The April 2018 newsletter is being prepared now.  Please sign up by completing the short form found at: http://eepurl.com/diYvHP Questions can be… Read more »

Purdue and IU students join hands to help hurricane relief

University Lutheran Church at Purdue sent a team of students to Port Arthur, Texas in March 2018 to continue work on homes devastated by hurricane Harvey. Led by Rev. Justin Herman of West Lafayette, the intercollegiate team of Purdue and Indiana University students volunteered their spring break to help residents return to their homes. Purdue... Read more »

Resources for Early Childhood Teachers

Child Care Answers serves as Central Indiana’s Child Care Resource & Referral agency, otherwise known as a CCR&R.  CCR&Rs work to ensure that children receive the best care possible through a variety of activities. At Child Care Answers, we offer over 100 free face-to-face training opportunities for child care providers just like you. We know… Read more »

INPEA Launches New Website

The Indiana Non-Public Education Association (INPEA) has officially launched our new website, and we think it’s pretty great! We invite you to visit our new digital home and see the updated, user-friendly navigation with important information for all our most important stakeholders… including YOU! Now when you visit the INPEA website, you will be able… Read more »

CTSFW Partnership With Supporters Pays Tuition in Full

A central goal of Concordia Theological Seminary (CTSFW), Fort Wayne’s strategic plan has been 100% tuition coverage for our students. The Seminary is privileged to announce that years of targeted work have borne fruit: beginning with the 2018-19 academic year, tuition for all incoming, residential pastoral ministry and deaconess students will be paid in full…. Read more »