IN-KY Lutheran Schools

Lexile Measure Tools

“Find a Book”: This book-search tool enables individuals to build custom reading lists based on Lexile range and personal interests and to check the availability of books at the local library. The search tool includes a growing collection of literary and informational books. Lexile Book Titles Database: The database is comprised of over 130,000 literary… Read more »

INPEA Updates Mission and Vision

INPEA Refreshed Mission, Vision, and Shared Beliefs Over the past few months INPEA has been working to craft a cohesive mission, vision, and shared beliefs that encompasses all of its member schools and its plan for the future. The Board of Directors unanimously approved the below on April 15th, 2016. Mission: The Indiana Non-Public Education Association serves as an… Read more »

Looking For An In-Service?

A PEDAGOGY OF QUESTIONING Workshop/Book How can I improve questioning in the classroom to help my teachers ask better questions and involve more students?” K-12 teachers can improve their questioning through “A Pedagogy of Questioning” (APOQ). Since 1995, the APOQ workshop has been given throughout the United States. Why we must plan at least some of our… Read more »

Professional Growth Points & Teacher Licensing

As summer approaches it’s time to review your teacher licensing and see about applying for an Indiana Teaching License, or renewing or earning professional development points to work toward your next renewal. As you take workshops, seminars or courses or attend conferences, remember to document your activity and attach certificates to verify your experience in your Professional Growth… Read more »

Lutheran Schools Unite to Support Education in Remote Regions of Liberia

Several area Lutheran schools are teaming up to bring education to students in Ebola-stricken Liberia, and you can help. It’s all part of the efforts of Joe Boway, a Lutheran South Unity School (LSUS), Fort Wayne, parent and native-born Liberian who has worked hard to establish Lutheran schools in remote regions of his homeland. Last... Read more »

Live the Resurrection Every Day

“I thank Christ Jesus or Lord, who has given me strength, that he considered me faithful, appointing me to his service” (I Timothy 1:12). Sometimes it is just difficult to make up one’s mind.   I really like ice cream.  I probably could eat ice cream every night but I don’t.  So it is difficult for… Read more »

LCMS Lutheran School Portal Update

The LCMS School Ministry Office is excited to officially announce a major project currently underway which will benefit all Lutheran schools and their workers!  Over the past years, our office has relied on a tool known as the Lutheran School Portal to deliver news, resources, and other content to member schools and teachers.  This system… Read more »

Lutheran Schools – A Great Place to Grow

“I thank my God every time I remember you.  In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until… Read more »

7 Myths about School Choice

From INPEA Newsletter March Update: During the legislative session we saw some media published against school choice. Much of these articles fed into certain myths about school choice and notions that it is bad for students and Hoosier education. We took the time to find the facts and dispel seven myths about school choice. To view the… Read more »

Lutheran Schools, Their Value and Importance

1) What does Luther pen about Lutheran schools? The Reformation was as much concerned with Lutheran schools and education as it was with church and home.  Luther was deeply committed to schooling the young.  Luther established a school in Eisleben, prior to his death in 1546 (Pastor Beckmann, 2010). 2) What does the Lutheran Church-Missouri… Read more »