Our StateImpact Indiana education team is curious to hear how parents, teachers and school administrators are preparing for new standards and assessments.
A group of private citizens filed a lawsuit against State Board of Education members regarding meeting practices that left Glenda Ritz out of communication.
The ability to afford and have access to high quality child care is making headlines lately, but in Indiana it's not all bad news.
Tony Bennett speaks about the accusations that he adjusted A-F scores when he was state superintendent.
Allen, Jackson, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh Counties are starting to prepare for the pre-k pilot program that is scheduled to launch in 2015.
Indiana is one of the few states hitting the mark for national special education framework, which looks at compliance as well as student performance.
One of Indianapolis Public Schools' takeover schools will remain open and under operation by non-profit EdPower, with assistance from the district.
Community members from two Evansville schools met with state representatives Thursday to discuss improvement plans after five failing accountability scores.
A new report shows that roughly half a million U.S. teachers move or leave the profession each year.
Recent friction between the State Board of Education and Superintendent Glenda Ritz raises the question: should her position be appointed rather than elected?