State superintendent Glenda Ritz says the state intends to apply for a new federal grant to build an infrastructure for preschool programs.
18 of the 31 states that applied for a No Child Left Behind waiver extension received it, but Indiana continues to wait for news on its extension.
StateImpact Indiana's Claire McInerny talked with national standards consultant Schauna Findlay Relue to get some tips for teachers for the new school year.
Teachers around the state are trying to adjust to new standards and anticipate the unknown assessment students will take this spring.
Wayne Township created a mobile cafeteria on an old school bus this summer to provide students who rely on free and reduced price lunches consistent meals.
A group of private citizens filed a lawsuit against State Board of Education members regarding meeting practices that left Glenda Ritz out of communication.
The ability to afford and have access to high quality child care is making headlines lately, but in Indiana it's not all bad news.
Local leaders in counties that didn’t qualify for the state's pre-k pilot program are still seeking ways to make early childhood education a priority.
Tony Bennett speaks about the accusations that he adjusted A-F scores when he was state superintendent.
Allen, Jackson, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh Counties are starting to prepare for the pre-k pilot program that is scheduled to launch in 2015.