INDIANAPOLIS– Indiana schools may lose funding if they don’t provide an in-person option this semester.
Back in June, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb told schools they would be spared the knife and get funded 100 percent.
That’s up in the air now, for some districts.
Senate President Pro Tempore State Sen. Rodric Bray (R) sent a letter to schools Thursday explaining why.
Dear School Leaders,
As schools across Indiana make preparations for and begin to return to school, I want to express my appreciation for the effort our schools have made to get back to the business of educating our children. The last few months have been incredibly challenging. I am also aware the next several weeks may be equally as challenging as we observe how effective the precautions and protocols put in place