Education experts say the difference between low-income and middle-class students explains a great deal of new international and national test score data.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz adjourned Wednesday's State Board meeting without calling a vote and left the room.
A State Board of Education meeting descended into chaos Wednesday after state superintendent Glenda Ritz suddenly declared the session adjourned without a vote.
The State Board of Education gave first-round approval to changes to Indiana's school accountability system.
Chalkbeat Indiana has more on the four private citizens who filed a complaint with the Public Access Counselor against the State Board of Education.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz was not authorized to file a lawsuit against the State Board, a Marion County judge ruled Friday afternoon.
Indiana fourth graders’ average scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress exams in both math and reading jumped five points this year.
Voters in Muncie rejected a referendum Tuesday night that district officials hoped would ensure their school bus fleet could stay on the roads next school year.
A judge heard arguments today on whether the state superintendent's lawsuit against members of the State Board of Education should be allowed to move forward.
Muncie, Michigan City, Mishawaka and Goshen‘s school districts are holding special elections to ask voters to raise taxes for additional school funding.