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Governor signs bill delaying penalties from new Indiana exam Facebook Google+ By Associated Press – February 13, 2020 0 175 WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Google+ IndianaLocalNews Twitter (Photo supplied/Indiana Department of Education) INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana schools and teachers won’t face any penalties from lower student scores on the state’s new ILEARN standardized exam under a proposal that’s been signed into law.The bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Eric Holcomb grants a two-year delay on schools receiving a lower A-F state rating based on scores from the 2019 or 2020 ILEARN exams.The delay comes after fewer than half of Indiana students met expected achievement levels when the exam was first given in the spring of 2019.Holcomb says the delay will ensure that students, teachers and schools have the time they need to successfully adjust to the new exam. Pinterest Pinterest Previous articleButtigieg lands black South Carolina lawmaker’s endorsementNext articleMetro Homicide investigating two deadly shootings in South Bend Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications.
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Police say they lived in squalor for years, malnourished and deprived of contact with the outside world. Their parents are accused of torturing them.Now on the road to recovery, David and Louise Turpin’s seven adult children are turning to music to help them heal.They’ve been learning to play the guitar and singing Tom Petty’s “Learning to Fly” and John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads” as a form of musical therapy, said Mark Uffer, the CEO of Corona Regional Medical Center, where the five women and two men have been recovering since they were taken from their parents’ home in January. The six minor children were taken to a separate hospital.Uffer said that all of the adult children “continue to be stable” and are making progress in their recovery. He declined to go into detail, citing privacy rules.—Scientific research supports theories that music is healing. “The studies show that music can create profound neurochemical and biological changes, tangible, demonstrable ones,” said psychologist Daniel Levitin, a professor emeritus at McGill University in Montreal, who specializes in neuroscience and music.“Those changes can in turn affect things like mood, even the healing of physical wounds and psychological wounds as well,” he said. Read the whole story: CNN More of our Members in the Media >