President Obama will travel to Indianapolis on Friday to speak at Ivy Tech Community College. He is expected to talk about middle class economics and a proposed plan to pay for two years of community college education.

February 3, 2015

News Release

WASHINGTON, DC – On Friday, February 6, the President will travel to Indianapolis, Indiana to discuss the importance of middle class economics, including making the paychecks of working families go further, preparing hardworking Americans to earn higher wages, and keeping good, high-paying jobs in America. The President will deliver remarks at Ivy Tech Community College, which works to ensure Hoosiers are well-equipped for and connected to good-paying jobs by partnering with businesses that are creating pathways for career advancement, including leveraging apprenticeships and education benefits, and upskilling Americans.

The arrival and departure of Air Force One and the President’s remarks are open to pre-credentialed media, but closed to the public. The President’s remarks will be streamed live at

Source: The White House

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