Breaking Barriers for Teachers of Color
Breaking Barriers for Teachers of Color
Grant-funded project aims to recruit, retain teachers of color
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Pre-K Program Has Openings

Students and employees in need of childcare this fall may find help through Indi Kids, which is now enrolling students in its Pre-K Counts classrooms on campus and at Homer-Center Elementary. Children must be three or four by the start of the school year. Eligible families can enroll at no cost.
IUP is leading a grant-funded, collaborative project aimed at recruiting and retaining more teachers of color and supporting their development throughout their careers. This story is being rerun with updated information.
Student Assistance Fund
Help those facing financial hardship stay in school.
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