State Board of Education members met with school officials and turnaround operators in Gary to discuss improvement efforts at Roosevelt High School.
New research finds that what’s considered “proficiency” in certain subjects varies widely across states, and between the U.S. as a whole and its neighbors.
Some states with waivers from the federal No Child Left Behind law plan put off using test scores in their teacher evaluations, but Indiana is still deciding.
The State Board of Education voted Wednesday in favor of REPA III, a controversial set of teacher license requirements.
Indiana ranks among the bottom third of states when it comes to preparedness for natural disasters and other emergencies.
A group of doctors now recommends that middle and high schools delay start times to help students perform better in class.
Two more charter schools in Indianapolis have decided to give up their charters after the current school year ends, continuing what seems to be a recent trend.
The new Dugger-Union Community Schools has received support from the Indiana Rail Road in the form of a pledge of $50,000 in matching funds.
A member of the Indiana Department of Education staff will work full time with the Gary Community School Corp. this year.
18 of the 31 states that applied for a No Child Left Behind waiver extension received it, but Indiana continues to wait for news on its extension.