Hoosiers for Quality Education

Hoosiers for Quality Education

We are fighting for education policies that benefit children in Indiana. Join us. @h4qed www.h4qed.o

We are a non-profit organization focused on three things.

1. Informing Legislators
It is crucial for our state’s political leaders to be informed of issues facing the schools in their community as well as Indiana’s K-12 education system as a whole. HQE provides accurate information to Indiana’s legislators so they can give their youngest constituents a voice in the Statehouse. Being well-versed

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Indiana There are a variety of school choice options available for many of the 1.6 million children living in Indiana. Families in Indiana can choose from traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online academies, and homeschooling.

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Charter schools are celebrating big funding wins in Indiana. Who helped them out? 18/05/2023

https://in.chalkbeat.org/2023/5/17/23727537/indiana-charter-school-funding-reform-hoosiers-education-property-taxes-political-action-committee?utm_source=Chalkbeat&utm_campaign=77c9941e40-Indiana+Charter+schools+score+funding+wins+in+Indi&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9091015053-77c9941e40-%5BLIST_EMAIL_ID%5D

Charter schools are celebrating big funding wins in Indiana. Who helped them out? Motivated in part by Indianapolis Public Schools’ plans to seek hundreds of millions in new tax revenue that wouldn’t benefit many charters, charter supporters used videos and other lobbying efforts this year in a bid to change the state education funding system. They succeeded in several ways.

08/11/2022

Giving Tuesday is November 29th. Give the gift of education this year through the Indiana Tax Credit Scholarship Fund.

Learn more at www.indianataxcreditscholarship.org.

Indianapolis Public Schools hopes to fund Rebuilding Stronger plan through tax increase 28/10/2022

https://in.chalkbeat.org/2022/10/27/23427282/indianapolis-public-schools-ballot-question-2023-referendum-810-million-taxes-rebuilding-stronger?emci=68627920-b656-ed11-819c-002248258e08&emdi=fba9a487-bb56-ed11-819c-002248258d2f&ceid=8000974

Indianapolis Public Schools hopes to fund Rebuilding Stronger plan through tax increase Indianapolis Public Schools officials are pushing for two ballot questions in May 2023 that would raise $810 million in tax revenue to cover competitive salary increases, facility upgrades, and new buildings.

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