Common Core implementation was paused after opponents of the standards pushed a bill through the Indiana General Assembly, but what happens next is unclear.
About 86 percent of Indiana third graders passed a statewide reading exam in March that will allow them to advance to fourth grade.
The Metropolitan School District of Boone Township asked voters to approve a 23-cent tax levy increase per $100 of assessed valuation: 543 said yes, 547 said no
If voters in Starke County approve a 28-cent tax levy increase Tuesday, the district will get a safer, more secure administrative office.
Three Indiana school corporations will ask voters this month to approve major construction projects.
A slight majority of Hoosiers say Indiana should stick with the Common Core, according to Bellwether Research.
If Indiana withdraws from the Common Core, state education officials may have to create supplemental materials that reflect Indiana standards instead.
Depending on who you ask, it could cost as much as $8,000 per pupil or as little as $3,500 for a state-funded pre-K program.
StateImpact Indiana maps out who stands for what in the debate over nationally-crafted academic standards.
Indiana lawmakers considered funding a preschool pilot program, but the bill stalled in the Senate Education Committee.