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Center for P-16 Research and Collaboration

Partnering with universities, schools, and their communities, the Center for P-16 Research and Collaboration (P-16 Center) combines outreach and research to best serve our school partners.

Situated within the Indiana University of School of Education, the P-16 Center was founded in 2006 to strengthen the education pipeline from pre-school through postsecondary in Indiana’s schools. The P-16 Center has partnered with schools, districts, and other partners throughout the state on initiatives ranging from elementary school science to college access and retention. Learn more about us »

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Balfour Scholars Program

Designed to help cultivate student academic and career development and minimize misperceptions about college.

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WRAP (The Writing and Reading Alignment Project)

The first year cohort includes four high schools in the School City of Hammond.

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