Several school corporations throughout the state are closed today as communities assess damage.
The legislative committee reviewing the Common Core academic standards couldn’t muster enough votes Friday to recommend the state write its own expectations.
The Indiana Inspector General has filed an ethics complaint against former state superintendent Tony Bennett for using state computers for campaign business.
Indiana schools will get their A-F letter grades Nov. 15, but state education officials won’t make those results public until after an appeals window closes.
The A-F panel's recommendation could mean more state tests for Indiana's youngest students.
The panel tasked with revising Indiana's A-F accountability system continues its work even as tensions build between the superintendent and the State Board.
Several members of the State Board of Education are asking State Superintendent Glenda Ritz to drop a suit alleging they violated Indiana's Open Door Law.
Glenda Ritz's suit stems from a dispute over the State Board members’ decision regarding A-F school performance ratings.
In total, 49 percent of students enrolled in Indiana’s charter and traditional public schools receive free or reduced price lunches.
The State Board of Education wants the Legislative Services Agency to run the data used to calculate A-F letter grades.