An Update From the Indiana Department of Education for October 7, 2022

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A Message from Dr. Katie Jenner

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It’s been a good week, and despite the challenges that inevitably come up at different times, I hope yours has been a good one too! Since we’re now in October, the first quarter is coming to a close, the fall sports season is getting ready to shift to winter, and some of you are currently on or have a fall break coming up soon.

While no week is the same (every day is an adventure…for sure!), this week included visiting with school board members and superintendents at the annual ISBA/IAPSS Fall Conference, joining the Lilly Endowment as they hosted Indiana college and university leaders to invite them to be a part of the solution for hitting our state’s literacy goal (95% by 2027!), having the State Board of Education (SBOE) hear some good updates (one from a school corporation), meeting with legislators interested in the work happening in education…and announcing Indiana Teacher of the Year for 2023. For today’s message, I’d like to share a bit more about a few of these!

On Tuesday, our team was thrilled to join the Lilly Endowment at a convening of higher education leaders (including presidents, provosts, deans, etc.) aimed at continuing our state’s focus on the science of reading. As you know, IDOE, in collaboration with Lilly Endowment, recently announced the state’s largest ever investment in literacy, which is laser focused on helping schools deploy science of reading strategies.

In addition to Indiana college and university leadership, national speakers and higher education officials from other states came together to better understand the state’s (and our students’!) current needs and the urgency around preparing our future educators in the science of reading. As part of the convening, Lilly Endowment announced up to $25 million in competitive grants to deploy increased science of reading work within our Indiana higher education institutions. Thank you to all who participated in this important discussion and for the work you will lead as a result!

On Wednesday, which was also World Teachers’ Day, the day started with our monthly State Board of Education meeting, where we had an opportunity to learn more about Charles A. Beard Memorial School Corporation, a school corporation that was recently recognized at our first-ever Indiana Educational Excellence Awards Gala for achieving impressive academic gains for students. In addition to hearing from Superintendent Jediah Behny and Knightstown Intermediate School Principal John Boyer, we also heard directly from sixth grade English teacher Darcy Cooper and eighth grade English teacher Meghan Folkening about how they are purposefully making instructional and cultural shifts in order to improve learning outcomes for students.

Immediately following the board meeting, several members of our IDOE team and I headed north for a very special celebration for one Indiana educator, in particular. While students and teachers at Bluffton High School thought they had assembled for an anti-bullying convocation, they actually had a front row seat to the announcement of the highest honor a teacher in our state can receive…Indiana Teacher of the Year!

As Principal Steve Baker began the convocation, unbeknownst to world history teacher, Mrs. Cocanower, her friends and family were also in attendance…seated on stage behind the curtain. A few minutes into Mr. Baker’s introduction, a pre-planned interjection totally flipped the assembly on its head as we named Mrs. Tara Cocanower, our 2023 Indiana Teacher of the Year (If you haven’t read about Mrs. Cocanower by now, you can check it out here!). Joining in on the surprise were Indiana State Senator Travis Holdman, a representative from U.S. Representative Jim Banks’ office, and a few folks from Blue Bell Ice Cream, who provided ice cream in honor of the celebration! 

When Mrs. Cocanower was announced as the 2023 Indiana Teacher of the Year, you could see just how shocked she was that this entire assembly was actually for her! We let her catch her breath just a bit once she got on stage, but in true Mrs. Cocanower fashion (so I’ve been told!), she already had an acceptance speech ready! She showed so much humility in her words and encouraged her “world changers” (what she calls her students!) to go out, serve others, and change the world. By believing in her students and being a trusted mentor, Mrs. Cocanower continues to empower the next generation of Indiana leaders, and our state is excited to have her as our Teacher of the Year!

Congratulations to Mrs. Cocanower, and as always, thank you to each of you for keeping student learning at the forefront of everything you do!


Office of Accountability

NEW: Graduation Rate Audit Window Now Open

The accountability portal is now open for submission of mandatory and voluntary graduation rate audits through Friday, October 28. A list of the mandatory audit schools that were notified in August can be found in the Accountability & Accreditation Community in Moodle (enrollment key: AccountabilityCommunity). Guidance, a voluntary audit template, and documentation requirements can also be found in the Moodle community. Contact the Indiana Department of Education's (IDOE's) Office of Accountability with any questions.


NEW: Federal Accountability Update

While reviewing the 2021-2022 federal accountability results, IDOE's Office of Accountability noticed that:

  • I AM scores should have been included in the high school academic achievement indicator, 
  • Students who should have been excluded were included in the academic progress calculation, and
  • Half-days of attendance were inadvertently truncated.

Updated federal accountability results are available in the accountability portal. Principals and superintendents of schools that experienced a negative change in federal accountability rating have been notified. Audit requests are still being reviewed and the embargo is still in effect. Contact IDOE's Office of Accountability with any questions.

Office of Student Assessment

REMINDER: PSAT/NMSQT Test Window Approaching

Schools should prepare for the upcoming PSAT/NMSQT as the administration date approaches.

  • The primary test administration will occur on Wednesday, October 12.
  • Testing materials must be promptly returned on Thursday, October 13. 
  • Alternate test administration for students and schools that could not test on the primary administration date will be held on Tuesday, October 25.

Reference the PSAT/NMSQT 2022-2023 Milestones for additional deadlines. Contact IDOE’s Office of Student Assessment with any questions. 

Office of Educator Talent

NEW: Attract, Prepare, and Retain Grant Recipients Announced

The Office of Educator Talent announced recipients of $10.6 million in funding, which will aid Indiana’s schools and community partners in supporting local initiatives to attract and retain educators in school buildings across the state. Successful applications focused on increasing leadership and career advancement within the educator profession, as well as increasing opportunities for high school students and underrepresented populations to pursue careers as educators. A full list of school districts and partners receiving the Attract, Prepare, Retain Grant can be found here.

Office of Information Technology

UPDATE: Student Information System (SIS) Vendor Status

A complete list of vendors working to become Indiana Ed-Fi certified can be found on the Data Exchange webpage.

The following vendors are now certified for August 2022:

  • GradeLink
  • OneTenCommunications

The following vendor is now certified for October 2022:

  • Infinite Campus


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:

  • General Q/A for Tuesday, October 11, and Thursday, October 13
  • NO office hours on Tuesday, October 18, and Thursday, October 20


REMINDER: October Count Date for Certification

The 2022-2023 school year October certification count date was Friday, September 30. All schools should ensure the accuracy of student/staff data provided within Data Exchange. Data certified for October includes:

  • Pupil Enrollment
  • Staff Employment (CE)
  • Other Staff Personnel (NE)
  • Multilingual Learners
  • Curricular Materials Assistance
  • Graduate (Graduation rates for the 2021-2022 school year will be based on data certified by schools in July 2022 and October 2022. 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.)

Contact IDOE's Data Exchange Team with any questions.


REMINDER: IDOE Membership (ADM) Fall Count Date

The fall count day for the 2022-2023 school year occurred on Friday, September 16. The certification for Period 1 Membership for 2022-2023 ended on Wednesday, September 28. Schools may continue to certify their data if they have not already. IDOE is working to address any outstanding support tickets related to Membership. Deadlines will not be extended. Contact IDOE's Data Exchange Team with any questions.


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: Cybersecurity Resources Available

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

Office of School Finance

NEW: 2022-2023 Curricular Material

The window is now open through Monday, October 31, to submit curricular material costs through this JotForm. Please read this memo regarding the process for submitting curricular material reimbursement information for the 2022-2023 school year. Contact IDOE’s Office of School Finance with any questions. 


NEW: Common School Loans

IDOE is accepting applications for common school construction and/or technology loans through Thursday, November 10. Applications can be found in Moodle Finance under Common School. Contact with any questions.


REMINDER: Teacher Salary Data Reporting

Please read this memo regarding upcoming updates to the Chart of Accounts. The guidance takes effect January 1, 2023, for expenditures reported by July 31, 2023. Contact IDOE’s Office of School Finance with any questions.


REMINDER: Form 9 Financial Data July to December 2022

Please read the following memo regarding updates for the July to December 2022 Form 9 financial data submission. The due date for the financial data is January 31, 2023. Contact IDOE’s Office of School Finance with any questions. Please include the school’s four-digit school corporation number in the subject line of the email.

Office of Student Pathways and Opportunities

NEW: October McKinney-Vento Liaison Monthly WebEx

IDOE’s Student Pathways and Opportunities team will host the McKinney-Vento October webinar on Tuesday, October 11, from 11 a.m. to noon ET via Microsoft Teams. Please use this link to join. Contact with any questions.


NEW: October Alternative Education Monthly WebEx

IDOE’s Student Pathways and Opportunities team will host the alternative education October webinar on Thursday, October 13, from 10 to 11 a.m. ET via Microsoft Teams. Please use this link to join. Contact with any questions.


NEW: McKinney-Vento Liaisons

IDOE and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) have partnered to provide support to the homeless student population by providing navigators to each region of the state who will provide support and resources necessary for the continuation and delivery of services to the homeless community. Navigators will provide systems mapping and navigation support to students and families identified as McKinney-Vento eligible by schools. Navigators will also collaborate with district level McKinney-Vento liaisons to assist eligible students and families with accessing school-based and community-based services, as well as explore and retain wrap-around services in each region. A list of navigators and their contact information can be found here. Contact with any questions.


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

AP-TIP at the University of Notre Dame is accepting applications from schools to join Cohort 11. Visit here for more information about how AP-TIP supports stronger outcomes in AP math, science, and English courses across Indiana. AP-TIP will begin reviewing applications on October 14. Contact with any questions. 

Office of Student Support and Accessibility/Special Education

NEW: Technical Assistance (TA) Overview and Process 

Schools may now request free technical assistance directly from IDOE for targeted support for a need or issue. Review IDOE’s Office of Student Support and Accessibility webpage here and find additional information on technical assistance by using the TA Overview and TA Process documents. Please contact IDOE’s Office of Student Support and Accessibility with any questions.


NEW: Live English Learner (EL) Leadership Meeting

IDOE's Office of English Learning and Migrant Education will hold the first in-person EL Leadership meeting of the year on Thursday, November 17, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET at Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis. The meeting will include data-driven EL discussions and collaboration and planning with fellow leaders. Registration is required and must be complete by Friday, October 14. Up to two participants per district may attend. IDOE will reach out with additional details to registered personnel. Contact IDOE’s Office of English Learning and Migrant Education with any questions.


REMINDER: Special Education Excess Cost (SEEC) Office Hours

IDOE’s Office of Special Education will continue to hold office hours once a week throughout October to support schools in navigating changes to the SEEC fund. 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 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. ET.

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


REMINDER: Get Your Teach On - On-Demand Sessions in the Indiana Learning Lab

IDOE has partnered with Get Your Teach On to host workshops throughout the state for administrators and teachers to celebrate education and discuss the important work happening in our schools. These workshops and training opportunities were recorded and can be accessed in the Indiana Learning Lab! View this resource for more information on available sessions, and contact IDOE’s Office of Student Support and Accessibility with any questions. 

Offices of Teaching and Learning, Digital Learning, and Kindergarten Readiness

NEW: Applications Open - Algebra II Modernization and New Fourth Year Math Course Development

Applications are open to participate in the High School Mathematics Modernization Advisory Group, aimed at modernizing the scope, sequence, and development of progressions for Algebra II and mathematics courses. This modernization will include developing prioritized standards for a first semester common experience for all Algebra II learners, developing a customizable, modular scope and sequential approach to the second semester, and outlining three fourth-year mathematics course options. This board will hold monthly two-hour meetings from January to May 2023. Submit an application by Saturday, October 15, for best consideration. Contact Dr. Steele with any questions.


NEW: Apply to Participate in the Indiana Academic Standards Reduction & Prioritization Committees

Pursuant to Indiana Code 20-31-3-1, IDOE is seeking qualified individuals to participate in the advisory committees to determine the reduction and prioritization of Indiana Academic Standards for kindergarten through grade 12. These committees will hold monthly virtual meetings from February to May 2023 to complete this critical work. Interested educators and community members are encouraged to apply. More information can be found here. Please contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with questions.


NEW: On-Demand Professional Development (PD) with IDOE

PD with IDOE is hosted every Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET in the Indiana Learning Lab, encompassing a wide variety of educational topics. September’s workshops are now all available on-demand:

View other on-demand content in the Indiana Learning Lab. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions. 


NEW: Digital Citizenship Week

To promote the importance of digital citizenship, IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning will share a variety of resources and learning opportunities throughout the month of October. Get started with a collection of digital citizenship resources in the Learning Lab. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions.


UPDATE: Grade Six Civics Course Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Now Available

IDOE compiled a FAQ document to assist schools as they prepare for the implementation of the new grade six civics course during the 2023-2024 school year. Contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with questions.


REMINDER: Math Learning Recovery Series

While students are stabilizing and recovering from the academic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, many educators are looking for the best ways to continue to meet students’ needs. Join this four-part series to learn how to accelerate student learning in K-8 math with an emphasis on content prioritization, addressing student learning gaps, and instructional strategies. A final installment will provide an overview for administrators with tips about how to support teachers in this work. Register for these sessions here. Contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with any questions.


REMINDER: Virtual Learning Blitz - A Micro Conference for Leaders

The Virtual Learning Blitz Conference will be held at the University of Notre Dame on Saturday, November 19. This one-day event will focus on the most important research-based strategies for high-quality blended and virtual learning and is geared towards those in curriculum leadership roles. Learn more about the conference and speakers by reading this flyer. Register here to attend this conference. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions. 


REMINDER: Summer of Learning 2023 Grant 

IDOE’s 2023 Summer of Learning Grant application is open through Friday, October 28. This grant will support local school corporations interested in hosting a conference during summer 2023 the Summer of Learning conference series. The conference series will offer opportunities to connect with innovative, technology-enhanced pedagogy related to multiple strands. For more information, see this memo and access presentation slides here. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions. 


REMINDER: October PD with IDOE

New sessions for October PD with IDOE are scheduled in the Indiana Learning Lab. View the October 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 website directly and use your school email to log in. View previous session via the on-demand learning section. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions.


REMINDER: Public Comment Now Open for Indiana Academic Standards for Health and Physical Education (PE)

The Indiana Academic Standards for Health and PE are available for public comment now through Monday, October 17. Please click here to access links to the public comment forms for specific grade levels, grade bands, and content areas. IDOE invites all stakeholders to share their feedback during this time. Contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with questions. 


REMINDER: Indiana Academic Standards for Fine Arts: Educators Needed for Review Committees

Pursuant to Indiana Code 20-31-3, IDOE reviews the Indiana Academic Standards every six years. The standards for fine arts were last reviewed in 2017 and are once again ready for review. IDOE is seeking K-12 arts educators to take part in upcoming standards review committees. Any interested educators must complete this JotForm application by today, Friday, October 7. Contact IDOE’s Office of Teaching and Learning with any questions. 

Office of Title Grants and Support

NEW: Pre-application Status Update

The Title Grants and Support team and Title III Team have fully approved 210 pre-applications with 102 awaiting revisions as of Friday, September 30. The team is working as quickly as possible to approve pre-applications. The pre-application must be fully approved before budget applications will be reviewed. You may also access the status of the pre-application via this tracker. Contact with any questions.


NEW: Bipartisan Safer Community Act Funding Information

Indiana will be receiving two supplemental lines of funding from the Bipartisan Safer Community Act. Both will be awarded to grantees competitively as outlined by the U.S. Department of Education. The first line of funding will be aimed at increasing accessibility and quality programming to middle school and high school students in the out of school time space and will be released as a supplement to 21st Century Community Learning Center funds. The second line of funding will be aimed at supporting initiatives and goals through Title IV-A, Focus Area B - Safe and Healthy Schools. Indiana has received $14,216,829 through the Bipartisan Safer Community Act: Stronger Connections Grant to support Title IV-A, Focus Area B and has entered the planning phases for the release of the application. More information will be released as it is provided to IDOE. Please contact with any questions. 


REMINDER: Out-of-School Time Programming for English Learners

IDOE is pleased to release new resources to support out-of-school time programming for English learners. More than one in 10 Indiana students speaks a language other than English, and OST programs are uniquely situated to celebrate and support these students. Learn more about the OST for ELs Toolkit here:

IDOE has also developed two Moodle courses to introduce and expand the toolkit content, one track for program administrators, and a separate track for frontline program staff. These courses each contain five self-paced learning modules aligned to the five chapters of the toolkit and include reflection and application activities to enhance learning. Contact with any questions.


REMINDER: Charter School Program - Quality Counts Grant Request for Proposal (RFP) Now Available

IDOE’s Office of Charter Schools and Special Programs is pleased to announce the release of the RFP for Cohort 6 of the Charter School Program - Quality Counts Grant. Please visit IDOE’s Charter School Program webpage and navigate to the Quality Counts Grant dropdown menu for grant materials and guidance documents. Applications are due by Monday, October 31, at 12:30 p.m. ET. Contact IDOE’s Office of Charter Schools and Special Programs with any questions.

News From Our Partners


The newly-established IEP Technical Assistance (TA) Center, formerly known as the Indiana IEP Resource Center, will continue to support IEP development and implementation (e.g., present levels, goals training, progress monitoring, inclusive practices, etc.). If you have questions related to developing or implementing the IEP, Please complete a TA Request via the IDOE’s Office of Student Support and Accessibility with any questions relating to developing or implementing IEPs, and contact Public Consulting Group with any general questions.



October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, and GCPD is celebrating by hosting a Lunch & Learn Series to promote access and inclusion in the workplace for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. In this series, participants will learn more about how to access employment services that help a person define what a good life means and how to feel empowered to advocate for themselves to reach those goals. American Sign Language (ASL) and closed captioning will be included. Join GCPD staff and subject matter experts throughout the entire month of October from noon to 1 p.m. ET. Register for these sessions here

  • Navigating Vocational Rehabilitation, Thursday, October 6
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) & Disability Awareness Fireside Chat, Thursday, October 13
  • Pre-Employment Transition Services (ETS) for Transition Age Youth, Thursday, October 20
  • From Sheltered Workshop to Competitive Integrated Employment, Thursday, October 27

Contact GCPD at 317-232-7773 with any questions.



As a follow-up to the release of the Expanding Early Access To College and Career: Recommendations for Prioritizing and Growing Indiana's Pipeline of Dual Credit Teachers Through Incentives and Supports report, CELL invites school administrators to join us for a two-hour workshop designed to help develop your school's plan to grow and sustain a robust supply of teachers credentialed to teach dual credit. During this session, participants will:

  • Gain a stronger understanding of Indiana schools' current practices related to their dual credit teacher pipelines and new peer-developed recommendations for growing a school's supply of dual credit teachers and
  • Develop a strategy and action plan for expanding their school's pipeline of dual credit teachers.
    School teams of two or more participants are encouraged to attend.

Sessions will be held in Merrillville, Evansville, and Indianapolis, Tuesday, November 1, through Thursday, November 3. Find more information and registration here. Contact Peyton Gross with any questions.


REMINDER FROM THE PATINS PROJECT: Opportunities and Resources for Indiana Educators

The PATINS Project offers the below opportunities and resources for educators across the state.

  • The Access to Education 2022 Conference will be held Wednesday, November 2, and Thursday, November 3, at the Historic Crowne Plaza in Indianapolis. Sessions will be designed around accessibility, Accessible Educational Materials (AEM), Assistive Technology, and/or the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework. The registration deadline is Tuesday, October 25.
  • Indiana educators may borrow assistive technology devices from the PATINS Project Lending Library at no-cost. Three items that may help improve educational access for students are the NadPen Stylus, Double 3 Telepresence Robot, and Califone 10 Person Assistive Listening System. Implementation assistance is also available at no-cost.
  • Register for a new training  offered by the Indiana Center for Accessible Materials (ICAM) through the PATINS Project - Your Schools' Role in Preventing the Dyslexia Paradox: A Two-Part Series. Part 1 will include early signs of dyslexia, interventions and risks in waiting, the intersection of dyslexia and the juvenile justice system, and tenets of Indiana’s dyslexia legislation. Part 2 will take an in-depth journey into accommodations and accessibility tools that are widely available, as well as AEM and resources offered by ICAM for students with dyslexia who have a documented print disability. Contact ICAM with questions or to request webinars at alternate times.

View the PATINS Training Calendar for a full list of no-cost offerings, including the return of #PATINSICAM Twitter Chats every other Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. ET. Professional growth plan (PGPs) points and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) hours are available for all training opportunities. Contact the PATINS Project with any questions. 



The third annual Bill of Rights art/essay contest sponsored by the U.S. Courts is currently accepting entries. Students in grades five through 12 are invited to respond to specific prompts pertaining to the Bill of Rights. Students can win up to $500, and teachers can win prizes, too. The more students who mention a teacher's name on their entry, the more chances they have to win! The deadline to submit entries is Sunday, October 30. For contest prompts, complete instructions, and a link to the online submission form, please visit the Bill of Rights contest website. Contact Mary Giorgio with any questions.


REMINDER FROM PURDUE UNIVERSITY: Eighth-Annual Indiana STEM Education Conference

Purdue University invites you to join the eighth-annual Indiana STEM Education Conference. The conference will be held in-person on January 12, 2023, at Purdue University. The theme for the 2023 conference is “Advancing STEM with Students.” The conference will include keynote speaker Sharita Ware, over 50 presentations on STEM curriculum, instruction, careers, and research, and networking with STEM education sponsors. Topics will involve 1st Maker Space, CATALYST, Get More Math, Keep Indiana Learning, NearSpace Education, and TinkRworks, and presentation resources. Educators may also receive Professional Growth Points. Registration will open Tuesday, October 4. Visit the conference webpage to learn more. 



Celebrating Diverse Voices is the theme of the Saturday, October 8, Indiana State Literacy Conference at Noblesville High School. The keynote speaker will be Matt De La Peňa, Newbery Medal-winning author of seven young adult novels and six picture books. Find more information and register for this opportunity here. Contact the Indiana State Literacy Association with any questions.

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