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Federal IDEA revisions

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On Nov. 19, Congress passed and sent to the White House the reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Here is one perspective from Indiana University's School of Education on the potential impact of the revisions. Full Story >>

Sports violence and fan behavior

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Sports violence is a research interest of both Edward R. Hirt, an associate professor of psychology at Indiana University Bloomington, and Lynn Jamieson, professor and chair of the Department of Recreation and Park Administration in IUB's School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Their expertise and perspectives could be useful in followup coverage of the Indiana Pacers-Detroit Pistons brawl and future issues of sports violence. Full Story >>

Music Notes

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The following tip sheet provides information about music news and events happening at the Indiana University School of Music. This issue we feature an 85th birthday celebration in honor of Juan Orrego-Salas, founder of IU's Latin American Music Center and champion of Latin American classical music; the U.S. premiere by IU's New Music Ensemble of a composition by famed British composer Harrison Birtwistle; and a glimpse of a "not so ordinary" The Nutcracker as performed by students of IU's Ballet Theater. Full Story >>

Learning Matters for November

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Learning Matters for November provides information about innovative ways to incorporate the holidays into science activities, a problem-based learning CD-ROM to help special-education pre-service teachers, and helping students with disabilities get an appropriate education in the least restrictive environment. Full Story >>

Market Line: Business and economic news

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This tip sheet highlights expertise and research at Indiana University on business and economic issues and includes a calendar of upcoming major economic events. Full Story >>

Living Well for November

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This month's Living Well tips discuss the importance of exercise and annual dilated eye exams for people with diabetes, insights into memory, and questions to pose when looking for a personal trainer. Full Story >>

Lecture notes

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The following tip sheet provides information about music news and events happening at the Indiana University School of Music. This month we feature the release of a new memoir by Indiana University Distinguished Professor of Music Janos Starker, a visit by the great-grandson of German composer Richard Wagner, and appearances by the IU School of Music's finest performers at the Metropolitan Opera and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Full Story >>

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Living Well for October

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This month's Living Well tips discuss chocolate milk as an ideal after-exercise recovery drink, a fall educational activity for children, minimizing the negative impact of divorce on children, and stress related to cigarette smoking. Full Story >>

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