Gov. Mike Pence wants to provide preschool vouchers to low-income families. But finding the cash to pay for such a program will be tough in a non-budget year.
Community foundations for years have pushed for increased access to pre-K. Now Gov. Mike Pence is proposing a voucher program for low-income Hoosiers.
Legislative leaders want Indiana education officials to write new academic standards independent of the Common Core.
Members of Indiana’s Board of Education say they’re making progress on the state’s education goals despite ongoing tension.
Administrators at Clark Middle School in Vincennes knew something was wrong when scores on statewide ISTEP+ tests dropped from 64 percent to 54 percent passing.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz says Governor Mike Pence's new agency, the Center for Education and Career Innovation, is to blame for State Board tensions.
Ritz and Pence want the National Association of State Boards of Education to help defuse tension on the State Board of Education.
Rural charters are still exceedingly rare. But reopening old buildings as charters has helped keep schools in some Indiana communities.
Public Access Counselor Luke Britt says there wasn't enough evidence to conclude a secret meeting of the Indiana State Board of Education took place.
About a quarter of the Northeast School Corporation's 1,300 students attend either Union Junior-Senior High School or Dugger Elementary.