One State Board of Education member says proposed changes to Indiana's high school diploma options need a few tweaks before the board can approve them.
The State Board of Education continues its work with high school diplomas and 2015 ISTEP+ results at the Statehouse Wednesday.
The IPS Board approved a framework last week that starts the district's reinvention from a traditional school corporation into a network of autonomous schools.
Indiana students scored the same or better than the national average in all four categories of the National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP.
The State Board of Education approved cut scores for the 2015 ISTEP+ test – the score a child needs to pass either the online or paper/pencil version.
The Interim Study Committee on Education met Monday and passed a list of recommendations for education bills in the next General Assembly.
President Obama announced his administration will work with states to reduce the amount of time students spend taking standardized tests.
A pair of cafeteria workers in Brownsburg says the district violated their First Amendment rights by punishing them for expressing opinions on social media.
One suggested remedy for Indiana's teacher shortage involves licensing non-teaching students who thrive in their respective content area.
Democratic presidential candidates talked a bit about college affordability in a debate this week, but other than that education remained largely untouched.