The private school voucher system saved the state money the first two years it was in place but cost nearly $16 million last year.
The Department of Education released the draft of its proposal to keep the state’s No Child Left Behind waiver Monday and is accepting public comment.
A charter board has approved an expansion plan for the Indianapolis charter school Carpe Diem, which uses traditional instruction alongside digital lessons.
Governor Mike Pence said Indiana will not freeze school accountability after implementing a new ISTEP+ this spring, as proposed by Glenda Ritz.
The state must create a new assessment that aligns with the academic standards it recently adopted.
A recent report indicates school counselors only spend 10 percent to 25 percent of their time doing college and career prep.
The new assessment will eliminate multiple choice testing and require students to come up with an original answer.
The Family and Social Services Administration is choosing five counties to participate in the state’s new pre-k pilot program.
Union High School in Dugger closed a few weeks ago because of budget issues, but a potential charter could bring a school back to the town.
Rep. Luke Messer introduced legislation that would exempt schools, colleges and universities from the employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act.