SB 1 could change the state superintendent's role on the State Board of Education – but she would retain many of her other duties.
The State Board of Education voted last month to close a failing middle school in Gary. What could that mean for the district as a whole?
As the decision deadline approaches, students considering college in Indiana are weighing the potential implications of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Education policymakers are in the midst of deciding which standardized test Indiana students will take, and how much they will cost.
Indiana is one of a handful of states pushing for "college and career ready" academic standards. What does that phrase actually mean?
Schools can face a series of indirect sanctions if enough parents decide to opt their students out of the annual ISTEP+ test.
Get caught up on the latest ISTEP+ news with clips from Noon Edition and Indiana Newsdesk.
A community college program in Elkhart County teaches students skills specific to landing a job in the RV industry, thanks to partnerships with local companies.
Interruptions during statewide readiness tests for this year's ISTEP+ have school leaders and students worried about what they'll face when testing begins.
Indiana Board of Trustees approves Assembly Hall designs, and discusses Energy Savings Project.