The legislature and the Commission for Higher Education both made efforts this week to attract and retain more teachers to the classroom in Indiana.
After ISTEP scores dropped across the state this year, the legislature is expediting two bills to give relief to teachers and schools.
Legislation introduced Monday says a school may not receive a grade lower than the one it received in the 2013-2014 school year.
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The reauthorization of the national Elementary and Secondary Education Act may change how Indiana and other states talk about testing and accountability.
The General Assembly will fast track a bill that would ensure low ISTEP+ scores won't affect teacher evaluations.
Getting through a transition year, like the first year in the classroom, requires support from fellow educators but also outsiders.
In preliminary numbers compiled by State Board of Education staff, 17 percent of Indiana’s K-12 schools will be considered failing.
A new space at Indiana University’s School of Education hopes to push teachers into new and creative spaces.