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Indiana Superintendents decry ISTEP test results.  (South Bend Tribune)

Two Indianapolis Public Schools are developing plans to convert into a model that’s similar to a more freewheeling charter school, a controversial shift that could take place as early as next school year.  (Indy Star)

The Indiana  State Board of Education is OK with IPS promises that Arlington is on the mend.  (Chalkbeat Indiana)

The Indiana Sports Corp says that everyone attending this week’s Big Ten Championship downtown should expect to see increased police presence.   (WTHR)

Gov. Mike Pence wants the Obama administration to halt an evaluation of the HIP 2.0 program, arguing that the contractor chosen by the federal government is biased against Indiana’s healthcare program. (WFYI)

Democratic U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly  voted Thursday to keep federal funding for Planned Parenthood.   (RTV 6)

The entire Indiana congressional delegation supported the new $305 billion highway transportation bill.  (SF Gate)