The Indiana Department of Education has identified eight new Promising Practices throughout the state. The department is seeking to name 200 high-quality education programs that have a positive influence on students in celebration of the state’s bicentennial.
Each Promising Practice named by the IDOE is shared with teachers throughout the state as examples of best practices for students. They include practices in family and community engagement, student-centered programming, wrap-around services, counseling support, school safety, school climate and culture and research-based practices.
The latest Promising Practices include:
School Corporation, School, Promising Practice:
- Avon Community School Corp., Pine Tree Elementary, Friday Friends Food Program
- MSD Wayne Township, North Wayne Elementary School, Accessibility for All
- Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation, District-wide, Layers of Security in K-12
- Penn-Harris-Madison School Corp., District-wide, Hablo Arte: Learning Spanish through Art
- School Town of Highland, Highland High School, Education Professions
- South Vermillion Community School Corp., Central Elementary School, Chief for a Day
- Tippecanoe Valley School Corp., Tippecanoe Valley Middle School, Catch Up Cafe
- Wawasee School Corp., Wawasee Middle School, Warrior Time: Students Engaging in the Community
To date, 156 Promising Practices have been identified by the department. You can learn more about the program by clicking here.