Debate over the future of the Common Core academic standards lit up Twitter on Tuesday using the hashtag #StopCommonCore.
A statewide teacher evaluation mandate takes effect this year, and some state lawmakers say they want those ratings to reflect on both teachers and colleges.
Students in some Indiana school corporations could see steadily increasing school lunch prices until their districts satisfy a new USDA mandate.
The Indiana Senate voted 27-23 Wednesday to approve a bill expanding eligibility requirements for the state’s private school voucher program.
The state superintendent says she wants to eliminate the IREAD-3 and the rules effectively requiring districts to hold back students who do not pass the exam.
Several schools around Indiana have saved millions of dollars by cutting their energy costs.
Twenty families that were a part of the Indianapolis Project School have opened a new school called “Project Libertas.”
A South Bend school corporation plans to consider a resolution to join the Central Time Coalition.
The Board of Education is considering rules that would require teachers to sign a code of ethics before administering the state’s standardized test.
A state-level plan slated for a vote in the Indiana Senate Education Committee on Wednesday would create a $7 million statewide pre-K pilot program.