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| May 23, 2011
The Mind Trust joins prominent companies and foundations to support STEM education innovations

The Mind Trust joins Google, Carnegie Corporation of New York, ExxonMobile Foundation and others in a collaboration to improve STEM education. National collaboration with The Opportunity Equation and Ashoka’s Changemakers to foster learning in science, technology, engineering and math.

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| May 6, 2011
United in education reform

Shortly before addressing more than 800 state and local leaders who attended the luncheon, Gov. Mitch Daniels signed two major education reform bills that will expand the number of charter schools and create a school voucher program.

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| May 5, 2011
A ‘Unique Moment’ in education reform

The Star’s education reform reporter Scott Elliot covers the launch of The Mind Trust’s Grow What Works campaign.

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| May 5, 2011
Eli Lilly and Co. announces largest-ever education-focused grant will support The Mind Trust

Eli Lilly and Company and The Mind Trust today announced the launch of The Mind Trust’s Grow What Works campaign. Grow What Works seeks to raise and invest $18 million in the highest-impact education organizations working in Indianapolis, enabling them to serve more students and accelerate education reform. Lilly is investing $2.5 million in the Grow What Works campaign, the company’s largest ever education-focused grant.

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