An Update From the Indiana Department of Education for August 19, 2022

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A Message from Dr. Katie Jenner

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Often as I am writing the weekly newsletter message, I find myself reflecting on yet another big week for education in the state of Indiana, but this week’s BIG announcement is unlike any our state has ever experienced.

Before launching any new initiative, the first step is always understanding the data…then listening to schools, educators, parents, community and business leaders, etc…and applying evidence-based practice to drive towards the best solutions. And, together, we have done just that.

This summer, we have gained additional insights into where student learning is today, particularly in terms of reading and reading comprehension, through both the 2022 IREAD-3 and ILEARN assessment results. From the data, we know that nearly one in five Hoosier students have not yet mastered foundational reading skills by the end of third grade. The repercussions of this are evident in our ILEARN scores, where without the foundational reading skills necessary to access higher learning, only 41.2% of Indiana’s students are at or above proficiency standards in English/language arts.

To address these challenges, we have developed a number of tactical solutions that emphasize the need for collaboration in order to maximize our impact, and this week, we took that collaboration to the next level.

In case you missed it, Governor Holcomb, our team at IDOE, and Lilly Endowment announced yesterday that we are joining forces to make a big bet for Indiana students with the state’s largest-ever financial investment in literacy. This combined investment from both the state and Lilly Endowment of up to $111 million expands Indiana’s commitment to support literacy development for Hoosier students using proven teaching strategies aligned with the Science of Reading.

Specifically, this investment will – 

  • Deploy instructional coaches to elementary schools throughout Indiana that opt-in, expanding the 54 school pilot launched this fall to about 60% of elementary schools (over 600 schools) by the end of the 2025-2026 school year; 
  • Offer stipends up to $1,200 to K-3 teachers who participate in professional development focused on the Science of Reading; 
  • Provide targeted support for students who need the most help in improving their reading skills; and 
  • Create a literacy center at IDOE focused on Science of Reading strategies and provide technical assistance to schools.

In addition to IDOE’s investment of approximately $26 million in ESSER II funds, Lilly Endowment has approved a grant of up to $60 million for these efforts, which help to equip our state’s current educators with support, tools, and the newest research on best practice for reading instruction. 

As we work to provide additional support for our current educators, our aspiring educators need our support as well. To that end, Lilly Endowment will make available up to $25 million in additional funds for Indiana’s colleges and universities seeking to prepare future Indiana elementary teachers to use Science of Reading methods.

Through this work, as well as a number of other initiatives, we are doubling down on our commitment to early literacy with a goal of achieving a passage rate on IREAD-3 of 95 percent by 2027.

As you well know, an impact of this magnitude cannot be accomplished alone. It certainly takes us as teachers and school leaders, and also key individuals outside of our K-12 arena. This important work has been supported every step of the way by Governor Holcomb. We are also incredibly thankful for our partners at the University of Indianapolis Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning, led by Executive Director Carey Dahncke, the Hunt Institute for their technical support and expertise in leading instructional coaching, and key partners at the local level who have and will continue to engage in these important efforts.

This includes a big thank you to everyone at Anderson Community Schools – including Eastside Elementary Principal Dr. Val Scott, Anderson Superintendent Dr. Joe Cronk, and the teachers and literacy instructional coaches – for hosting us on Thursday…and for your district-wide commitment to understanding the data (where your students are today) and doing everything possible to make sure every Anderson student can read.

Having 95% of our students achieve a passing score on IREAD-3 by 2027 is our collective challenge, but it is also a huge opportunity. We stand ready to partner with you to implement bold, innovative strategies to support our students’ long-term academic success and the future success of the state of Indiana. Thank you for all that you do to ensure the success of each and every Hoosier student!

Office of Accountability

NEW: Corporation Amendment Deadline Fast Approaching

The corporation amendment window for the 2022-2023 school year closes on Wednesday, August 31. Corporations and schools with school profile changes should submit a corporation amendment request with supporting documentation via the Jotform before the window closes. Please note: corporations and schools without any school profile changes do not need to submit a request. Contact with any questions.

Office of Student Assessment

NEW: Apply for the ILEARN Science Blueprint Committee Meeting

The Indiana Department of Education's (IDOE’)s Office of Student Assessment will host the ILEARN Science Blueprint Committee to create the new science assessment blueprint for the updated Indiana science standards. The committee will advise on key test design elements such as defining reporting categories, considering overall test length, and setting priority levels for assessing specific performance expectations. The committee will be held in-person from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday, October 5, in Indianapolis. IDOE seeks to build a diverse and inclusive committee that reflects the vast student populations throughout the state. Grade four and six science and high school biology teachers, special education teachers, curriculum leaders, instructional coaches, computer science experts, and data coaches are invited to apply. Participants will receive a stipend or substitute reimbursement rate of $150. Submit this JotForm to indicate interest by Friday, September 2. Contact IDOE’s Office of Student Assessment with any questions.


NEW: PSAT/NMSQT Upcoming Deadlines

Schools should monitor upcoming deadlines using the milestones for the fall PSAT/NMSQT paper-and-pencil administration in October.

  • Schools must designate a Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Coordinator to request accommodations in SSD Online by Wednesday, August 24. 
  • The first deadline for bulk registration for schools registered for the PSAT/NMSQT is Thursday, August 25. Labels will arrive in the second week of September. 
  • Material orders for school-level paper test materials via College Board’s Test Ordering System (TOS) will close on Wednesday, September 14.

Contact College Board or IDOE’s Office of Student Assessment with any questions. 


REMINDER: Upcoming College Board School Counselor Workshops

College Board is hosting a series of workshops for counselors regarding how to utilize SAT and Advanced Placement (AP) Exam results, including the functionality of College Board’s BigFuture platform for analyzing college and career readiness. The workshops for counselors are scheduled for the following dates:

  • 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday, August 31
  • 10 a.m. ET on Friday, September 9

Register for these workshops here. Contact IDOE’s Office of Student Assessment with any questions.


REMINDER: 2022-2023 Assessment Guidance Available

IDOE’s Office of Student Assessment released the following resources as corporations and schools prepare for the new year of assessments.

SAT Milestones are now available with other assessment programs. 

Please contact IDOE’s Office of Student Assessment with any questions.

Office of Communications and External Affairs

UPDATE: Requirements for Indiana School Psychologists Residing Out of State Practicing Telehealth

Indiana school psychologists residing outside Indiana and practicing telehealth within Indiana must fill out State Form 56084 to comply with Indiana law per Indiana Code (IC) 25-1-9.5-9. Additionally, employers of out-of-state school psychologists or school administrators responsible for administering contracts on behalf of school psychologists will need to fill out State Form 56085. Completed forms must be returned to Contact Emily Black or Courtney Hott with any questions

Office of Educator Talent

NEW: 2023 Indiana Teacher of the Year Top 25 Finalists Announced

The Indiana Teacher of the Year (INTOY) Screening Committee is excited to announce the 2023 INTOY Top 25 Finalists. The Top 25 candidates will be considered by the selection committee as they select the “Top 10” Finalists. Details on the Top 25 Finalists can be found here. Contact Rebecca Estes with any questions.


REMINDER: Staff Performance Evaluation Plan Submission

Legal Standard 12 requires each public school corporation to provide a copy of its staff performance evaluation plan to IDOE. School corporations must also submit their staff performance evaluation plan to IDOE for approval in order to qualify for any grant funding related to IC 20-28-11.5-8(d). This includes the Teacher Appreciation Grant (TAG). Staff performance evaluation plans must be submitted via JotForm by Friday, September 16. For more information, click here. Contact Rebecca Estes with questions.


REMINDER: TAG Policy Submission Required

Information regarding the TAG policy submission can be found here. Local educational agencies (including charter and virtual charter schools) must submit the TAG policy for approval via JotForm by Friday, September 16, to be eligible to receive TAG funding. Contact Rebecca Estes with questions.

Office of Information Technology

REMINDER: School Office Hours Schedule

Below is a list of topics that will be covered during School Office Hours and the corresponding dates. This list is also posted on Moodle in the mid-week announcements:

  • Tuesday, August 23, and Thursday, August 25, focus: Multilingual Learners (formerly LM)
  • Tuesday, August 30, and Thursday, September 1, focus: Graduate and Pupil Enrollment
  • Tuesday, September 13, and Thursday, September 15, focus: Curricular Materials Assistance
  • Tuesday, September 20, and Thursday, September 22, focus: TBD
  • Tuesday, September 27, and Thursday, September 29, focus: Special Education


REMINDER: SIS Vendor Status Update

JupiterEd and Infinite Campus have been badged for the August 2022 requirements. A complete list of vendors working to become Indiana Ed-Fi certified can be found on the Data Exchange website.


REMINDER: Cybersecurity Resources Available for 2022-2023 School Year

Cybersecurity attacks against schools have risen by over 16% in the past year. In Indiana, the top two categories of attacks have been business email compromise and ransomware attacks. Both of these threats are best mitigated by training users to recognize threat attempts and by adding validation checks. IDOE has free resources available to schools to assist with improving their cybersecurity in these areas. Licenses of KnowBe4 Security Awareness Training, Diamond-Level, and PhishER are free and available to all traditional public and non-public schools. This platform allows your team to create training campaigns using the included video content, allows for the creation of artificial phishing campaigns, and provides spot training based on end-user performance. Current subscriptions may be used this school year. If your school does not have a subscription, licenses may be requested in the School Cybersecurity Moodle Community. Invitations to join were sent out to the lead technology leader in each school and additional access may be requested by emailing Brad Hagg


REMINDER: Data Exchange - The Data Reporting Source of Truth

The 2022-2023 school year establishes Data Exchange as the source of truth for all data reporting. IDOE will transition identities as the source of truth to Data Exchange in late fall/early winter. At the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year, all school personnel numbers (SPN) and student test numbers (STN) will continue to be created in the STN Application Center and will be available in Data Exchange the following day. Data Exchange resources:

  • Data Exchange webpage
  • Data Exchange training can be found in the Data Exchange Training and Community course in Moodle (no enrollment key required). 
  • Data Exchange Knowledge Hub is for those completing manual upload templates, rather than connecting via a student information system (SIS).

Questions about Data Exchange may be submitted here.


REMINDER: School Actions to Complete SIS Setup for 2022-2023

Schools with an Indiana Ed-Fi Certified SIS Vendor will need to establish a connection between their SIS and Data Exchange. At the beginning of the school year, schools should be actively validating and reviewing data in Data Exchange for accuracy in preparation for the first September certification window.

  • A SIS vendor certification status list can be found here
  • Schools changing SIS vendors should send vendor changes to

Additional information on implementation of Data Exchange can be found on the Data Exchange webpage. Questions about Data Exchange may be submitted here.


REMINDER: Designation of Security Coordinators

The LINK Portal is able to recognize all public, charter, and accredited non-public schools’ local Google G-Suite or Microsoft 365 accounts. IDOE configures the organization’s leader as the first account, and then this person logs in to designate up to two security coordinators, who are responsible for overseeing the setup of roles for others in the organization. All superintendents and leaders of non-public schools should log in to the LINK Portal and review/update their security coordinator information.

  • Instructions for organization leaders on how to designate/update the security coordinators can be found here
  • New public and Choice schools setup of the LINK Portal can be found here
  • If you are a new superintendent or the organization leader of a non-public school and need the first account configured, please email


REMINDER: Designation of Key Contacts

Security coordinators for all traditional public, charter, and accredited non-public schools are responsible for making sure that their organization’s key contacts for the 2022-2023 school year are set. These include contacts such as principal, superintendent, financial contact, special education director, and Data Exchange contact, among others. 

  • Security coordinator instructions can be found here
  • INview displays the superintendent for corporations/charters as well as the principal of each school.
  • ICHAMP (Indiana Complaint, Hearings, and Mediation Process) will utilize the following LINK Portal key contacts: superintendent and special education director. It is essential that these two key contacts are reviewed by security coordinators and updated based on any necessary changes. 
  • The corporation test coordinator official designation remains within DOEOnline for the 2022-2023 school year. 

Questions may be directed to


REMINDER: Graduation Rate

As a reminder, graduation rates for the 2022 school year will be based on data certified by schools in July 2022 and October 2022. Some schools expressed concern about the graduation data in the Data Exchange July certification window, which just closed. The graduation rate will be compiled from the graduate data submitted through Data Exchange for the 2021-2022 school year (July 2022 certification) and the graduate data submitted through Data Exchange for the October 2022 certification. Schools will be able to update their graduation records through the end of September 2022. This means any students who were not submitted as graduates by the July 2022 certification can be submitted in the 2023 school year (October 2022). IDOE understands the critical nature of a school’s graduation rate and is offering this as an additional clarification. Questions about Data Exchange may be submitted here.


REMINDER: SIS Vendor Changes

IDOE-issued Data Exchange credentials (key and secret) are tied to the supporting SIS vendor. If your corporation will be changing or adding an SIS vendor for the 2022-2023 school year, please email with these changes. Your organization will receive a new set of credentials for your new vendor.

Office of School Finance

REMINDER: Summer School Final Cost Report

The Summer School Final Cost Report submission window is now open. Information regarding the summer school program can be found in Moodle. Contact Teresa Hemmerle or Joe Engelstad with any questions.

Office of School Support and Transformation

NEW: Feedback Request - 1003 School Improvement Grant

IDOE is requesting feedback from administrators and families on the request to extend the period of allowable use of fiscal year (FY) 2019 and FY 2020 School Improvement Grants. Please complete this JotForm by Tuesday, September 20. Contact IDOE’s School Support and Transformation team with any questions.


REMINDER: School Improvement Plans

IDOE is accepting Comprehensive Needs Assessment/School Improvement Plans (CNA/SIP) through Friday, October 7. Use of the template fulfills all school improvement plan requirements under state law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), as well as requirements for Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI), Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI), Additional Targeted Support schools (ASTI), and CNA requirements for Title I Schoolwide Programs. This memo provides additional information. The SIP template can be downloaded here. Please contact IDOE’s Office of School Support and Transformation with any questions.

Office of Student Pathways and Opportunities

REMINDER: High Ability Network Regional Coordinator Workshops

IDOE’s Student Pathways team will provide in-person workshops for high ability coordinators at each of the Educational Service Centers to review the required criterion for high ability programs and provide updates on IDOE guidance in student identification. Please come ready to share ideas and build relationships with coordinators in your region. All high ability coordinators or delegates are to attend. Register for the regional location near you. Contact with any questions.


REMINDER: Advanced Placement Teacher Investment Program (AP-TIP) New Cohort Application

AP-TIP at the University of Notre Dame will soon be accepting applications to join Cohort 11. If your school is looking to grow or strengthen its AP programming, learn more about AP-TIP. Any questions should be sent to


REMINDER: AP-TIP Regional Collaboratives

AP-TIP at the University of Notre Dame will host Remote Teacher Collaboratives on Wednesday, August 24, to provide a live, online discussion space for AP teachers. Learn more about AP-TIP's collaboratives and see the updated list of topics here. Contact with any questions.

Office of Student, School, and Family Engagement

NEW: Parent Survey in Collaboration with Gallup

IDOE is partnering with Gallup – a world leader in education research – to better understand the challenges facing families and students in Indiana. Earlier this month, surveys were sent at random via U.S. postal mail to household across state of Indiana. IDOE is interested in knowing about the attitudes and opinions of K-12 parents regarding their children’s education experiences and interactions with their schools. The survey parents are receiving from Gallup and IDOE is legitimate, and we hope to hear from as many parents as possible. Contact IDOE's Office of Student, School, and Family Engagement with questions may be directed to

Office of Student Support and Accessibility/Special Education

NEW: Register for Get Your LEAD On Opportunities 

IDOE’s Office of Student Support and Accessibility is excited to announce a partnership with Get Your Teach On to provide professional development opportunities to Indiana school leaders. These opportunities are designed to ignite leaders' passion for education, expand on current IDOE initiatives to support and elevate the educator profession, and make students want to come to school and learn while developing relationships. These sessions promote positive educational outcomes to develop the whole learner. Click here for more information on upcoming opportunities or to register. Contact IDOE’s Office of Student Support and Accessibility with any questions.


NEW: Office of Special Education Part B Fiscal Office Hours

IDOE’s Office of Special Education Part B fiscal team will host office hours to assist schools with completing the FY 2023 611 and 619 Part B grants. Click below to join an hour-long session to receive answers to questions regarding Part B completion and submissions. 

Contact IDOE’s Office of Special Education with any questions.


NEW: Special Education Excess Cost (SEEC) Changes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and Application Resources 

IDOE's Office of Special Education has created an FAQ document related to the recent changes to SEEC funding. The updated application and template for the new SEEC requirements are available within the Office of Special Education Moodle Community under “Special Education Excess Cost.” All applications submitted after Monday, August 1, must be completed using the new form. Contact IDOE’s Office of Special Education with any questions.


REMINDER: Upcoming SEEC Office Hours

IDOE’s Office of Special Education will continue to hold office hours once a week through the end of November 2022 to support schools in navigating changes to SEEC funding. This is an opportunity for schools to ask questions regarding new information recently released or situations specific to their district. No registration is needed, and you may join any of the sessions below throughout August from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ET.

Contact IDOE’s Office of Special Education with any questions.


REMINDER: Feedback Requested on Current Results Driven Accountability (RDA) System

IDOE’s Office of Special Education monitoring and compliance team has been working with the National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI) to examine the RDA system. IDOE has implemented the Leveraging General Supervision Systems to Improve Student Outcomes process for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part B. IDOE requests critical feedback from educators, administrators, and families on the current RDA system via this survey by Friday, September 16. Please distribute this survey to stakeholders within your school/corporation. Contact IDOE’s Office of Special Education monitoring and compliance team with any questions.  

Office of Teaching and Learning/Digital Learning

NEW: 2022 Science Standards Lunch & Learn Series Today, Friday, August 19

Join IDOE’s STEM team today, Friday, August 19, at noon ET for Crosscutting Concepts in 3D Learning, a 30-minute session on crosscutting concepts within the new three-dimensional science standards. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the importance of intentional use of crosscutting concepts to support K-12 learning progressions and learn strategies for implementation. Contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with any questions.


NEW: On-Demand STEM and Literacy Sessions in the Indiana Learning Lab

IDOE curated the 2022 STEM & Literacy Leadership Series, a collection of sessions presented by experts in the field of STEM and literacy in the Indiana Learning Lab. Two educator panel discussions with The Reading League - Indiana and Indiana University’s Dr. Kelly Williams focused on Science of Reading at the secondary level have now been added to the collection. Professional growth plan (PGP) points can be earned by watching events in this collection. Contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with any questions.


NEW: Health and Physical Education Standards Review

Pursuant to IC 20-31-3, IDOE reviews Indiana Academic Standards every six years. The Health and Physical Education standards were last reviewed in 2017 and are once again ready for review. IDOE is seeking K-12 Health and Physical Education educators to take part in these standards review committees. Any educators interested in being part of the standards committee must complete this JotForm by Monday, September 12. Contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with any questions. 


NEW: K-8 STEM Certification Open Office Hours

Join IDOE’s STEM team during open office hours to discuss questions regarding the 2022-2023 K-8 STEM School Certification process. Join us at one of the following times to ask questions, get feedback, and share ideas.

Contact with any questions.


NEW: Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Educator Series: 2022 Kindergarten Science Standards and Frameworks

Join IDOE’s STEM team and expert educator Kristen Poindexter to learn more about the 2022 Kindergarten Science Standards and Frameworks on Monday, August 29, at 4 p.m. ET in the Indiana Learning Lab. This is the first of many upcoming Educator Series to learn more about implementing the 2022 Indiana Science Standards and Frameworks. Register for this session here. Contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with any questions. 


UPDATE: 2022-2023 STEM Integration Grant Deadline Extended

The deadline for the 2022-2023 STEM Integration Grant has been extended to Wednesday, August 24, at noon ET. Corporations and public charter schools interested in applying can view the grant memo for information on strands, rubric, and the application sections. STEM Integration grant funds are intended for the implementation of grant activities designed to enhance student success by refining STEM pedagogy, developing STEM leaders and educators, and increasing access to STEM programming. Contact IDOE's Office of Teaching and Learning with any questions.


UPDATE: Fall 2022 Digital Learning Grant Deadline Extended 

The deadline for the Fall 2022 Digital Learning Grant has been extended to Wednesday, August 24, at noon ET. Corporations who are interested in applying should review this memo for information on strands, rubric, and the application. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions.


UPDATE: August Professional Development (PD) with IDOE

Wednesday PD with IDOE continues next week in the Indiana Learning Lab with How to Connect with Your Online Students led by IDOE Digital Learning Specialist, Matt White. View the August flyer for a complete list of sessions for the month. To register for workshops, create a free Learning Lab account by visiting the LINK Portal or the Indiana Learning Lab directly and use your school email to log in. If you have missed the first few August sessions, they are available on demand in the Learning Lab as well. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions


REMINDER: Summer of Learning Encore LIVE in the Indiana Learning Lab

IDOE’s Summer of Learning conferences may have ended, but the learning has not. Throughout September and October, each conference will share favorite sessions in the Indiana Learning Lab during Summer of Learning Encore LIVE. More details will be available soon. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions.

News From Our Partners


The Indiana DMHA is requesting survey responses by Wednesday, September 7, to assist the IN Alliance on Prenatal Substance Exposure with their research into the effects of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in Indiana. Please share this survey and contact Susan Elsworth, FASD United Affiliate Director with any questions.


NEW FROM THE LILLY ENDOWMENT: Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program (TCFP) Information Sessions

Lilly Endowment’s Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program invites Indiana’s K-12 teachers, principals, assistant principals, librarians/media specialists and guidance counselors to dream big and create renewal experiences that will strengthen their commitment to education. The Endowment expects to award approximately 100 grants, each totaling up to $12,000, for 2023. Indiana educators interested in learning more about TCFP grants are invited to join Endowment staff for an optional virtual information session to learn more about the program. Two identical sessions will be offered and interested educators are encouraged to sign up for the one that works best for their schedules.   

  • Session 1 will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, August 22, and educators can register here.
  • Session 2 will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 24, and educators can register here.

Learn more about TCFP here. Contact with any questions.



The INLearning Partnership August event will be Parent Picnic: A Basket of Support for Parents and Families, with live events from Monday, August 22, through Thursday, August 25. Each live event will be held at noon ET in the Indiana Learning Lab. View each topic and register for sessions here. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions.



The Indiana General Assembly recently passed legislation giving school boards an option to license and hire adjunct teachers effective Friday, July 1. The law allows adjunct teachers to be used to fill vacant teaching positions, offer a new program or a new class, or supplement a current program. A document with frequently asked questions and guidance can be found here. Contact ISBA Senior Counsel and Director of Policy Services, Julie Slavens, with any questions. 



In celebration of Constitution Day on September 17, local judges across the state are available to speak to students about the U.S. Constitution and their role in the judicial system. View a list of available judges and their contact information here. Contact Jennifer Bauer with any questions. 


REMINDER FROM THE INDIANA ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS (IAPSS): Aspiring Superintendents Encouraged to Apply to the Indiana Aspiring Superintendent Academy (IASA)

IASA is an interactive opportunity for educators who aspire to become a superintendent and utilizes American Association of School Administrators (AASA) curriculum along with a blended learning approach, including face-to-face and virtual sessions. Cohort 3 will begin this August, and Cohort 4 will take place during the spring semester of the 2022-2023 school year. IASA Cohort 3 will consist of six sessions: Wednesday, August 31, through Wednesday, December 14. Each member is assigned a current superintendent as a mentor. Aspiring superintendents can learn more or apply here. Contact Deb Lecklider with any questions.

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