Education has been a big issue in Indiana, and the trend will no doubt continue well into the 2016 race for governor.
The state will not file criminal charges against former superintendent Tony Bennett – but it may not be the last time Hoosiers hear of the educator.
Indianapolis Public Schools is changing its framework for staffing special classes like music, which may result in decreased program offerings in some schools.
Pearson, the testing company hired to produce Indiana's standardized testing system the next two years is in trouble over security concerns in other states.
The State Board of Education approved a final framework for the state's A-F school accountability system Thursday, following more than two years of discussion.
A majority of school-related ballot measures passed this election cycle, in keeping with what has become a May voting trend since 2008.
The State Board of Education gathers for its monthly meeting beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday in Indianapolis.
Lawmakers finalized changes to the makeup and duties of the State Board of Education as the 2015 legislative session came to a close Wednesday night.
Thirteen school districts will ask voters to consider funding 18 separate school-related measures on the ballot May 5.
Issues of testing, school funding and State Board of Education governance remain on the General Assembly's docket.