Tensions between the State Board of Education and state superintendent Glenda Ritz are increasing over board procedures and Department of Education actions.
The State Board of Education wants to amend portions of the board's meeting procedures after months of arguing.
Tony Bennett and Indiana Inspector General David Thomas reached a settlement regarding Bennett's ethics complaint.
The major planning stages of the state's preschool pilot program are getting underway this month.
Research shows doing physical and educational development activities with infants and toddlers prepares them for preschool.
Indiana is one of 30 states that consistently identifies, tracks and reports the numbers of students needing remedial instruction.
New online teacher communities launched by the Department of Education could help ease the transition to new academic standards.
Indiana's new academic standards include detailed benchmarks for handwriting, and many say that helps children develop academically and cognitively.
After a federal judge ruled Indiana's ban on same sex marriage was unconstitutional, some county clerks would not issues marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Same-sex couples received marriage licenses for the first time in Monroe County after a federal judge ruled Indiana's ban unconstitutional.