For measures of school achievement, student test scores are easily subject to outside influences. Consider what a computer system meltdown or two weeks of instruction lost to snow days can do to the results.
It’s Holy Week, during which Christians both mourn and celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, culminating in Easter on Sunday.
After the “anschluss” of Crimea, the Kremlin proceeded in its war on Ukraine with a covert operation in our eastern regions.

Opinion

  • ‘STRATEGIC AMBIGUITY’
    I am not for containment in Iran. Let me repeat that, since no one seems to be listening closely: I am unequivocally not for containing Iran. I am also not for announcing that the United States should never contain Iran.
  • Letters to the editor
    Republican state Sen. Mike Delph contended that same-sex marriage advocates have not considered the implications of their support in his article of April 7. The primary justification of his defense of the status quo in Indiana is biblical.
  • Ferry travel, tragedies an accepted risk to many
    Nearly 300 people are feared missing after a huge ferry capsized and sank off South Korea’s southwestern coast. Carrying a group of high school students on a field trip, the ship was en route to Jeju, a Korean resort island known as the country’s Hawaii.
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