Gov. Mike Pence announced Thursday he is appointing four new members to the state panel charged with overseeing the Indiana Department of Education.
StateImpact Indiana's radio special, Progress Report: Education in Indiana, has won a 2013 National Edward R. Murrow Award.
Two schools in northern Indiana are considering asking voters to approve funds for construction projects because of property tax caps.
Superintendent Glenda Ritz says the formula for determining school letter grades might need to be tweaked because of disruptions during standardized testing.
Six weeks after server problems caused widespread disruptions to the ISTEP, a New Hampshire based group will decide whether the test results are valid.
The National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment will determine whether testing interruptions should invalidate ISTEP+ scores.
A group of students at Ben Davis High School have formed recommendations for how to re-write the state's A-F grading models for schools.
The move is an effort to bridge the "digital divide"--a problem some Indiana school districts have already addressed using “one-to-one” technology initiatives.
Voicing support for anti-government protestors in Turkey's capital, more than 70 people marched down Kirkwood Avenue, chanting and waving Turkish flags.
StateImpact Indiana’s Kyle Stokes speaks to the associate commissioner of the Commission for Higher Education on the potential student loan rate increase.