Take a look at some of the biggest education stories of 2015, as reported by our StateImpact Indiana team.
Indiana’s Democratic Party Chairman John Zody's formal inquiry centered on one of Pence’s staff members.
The reauthorization of the national Elementary and Secondary Education Act may change how Indiana and other states talk about testing and accountability.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz and other state education leaders met for their final Blue Ribbon Commission meeting ahead of the 2016 legislative session.
Following frustration over Indiana's ISTEP+, the State Board of Education took first steps to establish an advisory committee for future versions of the test.
The State Board of Education meets Wednesday beginning at 9 a.m.
College students at IU and Purdue are engaging with their respective administrations to outline issues with the racial climate on campus.
Lawmakers revealed more details surrounding education legislation they intend to introduce during the 2016 session, beginning in January.
Conversations about teacher recruitment tactics are beginning to turn into action at multiple levels of government in the Hoosier state.
The USDA hopes to halt the decline of monarch butterflies by paying farmers and private lands owners to grow milkweed.