Indiana Coalition for
Public Education
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Welcome to the ICPE website

The ICPE is a new, bi-partisan non-profit organization. Its mission is to focus public tax dollars on the K-12 education of public school students by opposing legislation in the Indiana General Assembly that would:
  • fund private school vouchers
  • expand private school tax credits
  • privatize charter schools by allowing private colleges and agencies to be authorizers
  • put for-profit managers in place to take a profit from operating public schools
  • privatize public schools through any other means
For more information, email vic790@aol.com

HOME OF VIC'S STATEHOUSE NOTES

Click here or the "At the Statehouse" tab above to see the latest issues.


Fall meeting in Merrillville Saturday, September 27, with showing of Rise Above the Mark and a panel discussion.  Followed by meetings in Fort Wayne, New Albany and Evansville in October.  Click here for a flyer with details of all five meetings.
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ICPE supports the "Replace Don't Erase" Coalition in saying that the business personal property tax should not be eliminated unless ALL public school revenue is replaced. 
Read about the Coalition's position here.


ONLINE PAYMENT NOW AVAILABLE

If you haven't joined ICPE (or renewed your membership), we now have an online payment option through PayPal.  Check it out in the Join ICPE section of this website.


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For all of you who requested a copy of Dr. Ed Eiler's presentation from the July 28 meeting it is now available here.

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Education in Indiana has been steadily improving for 22 years.  See the updated report in the Good News about Schools section of this website.
 
We filed an Amicus Brief in the Indiana Voucher LawsuitTo read the Amicus Curia Brief read here or to read the Briefs of Appellants read here.


KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON -- AND HOW TO CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATORS

Indiana General Assembly

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