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November 3, 2014

 

The IDOE website will be down temporarily while department Information Technology staff address an apparent hack.

Department of Education Website Down, Apparently Hacked

Access to the Indiana Department of Education website went down Monday morning, due to an apparent hack.

October 31, 2014

 

In a mid-term election with no big races, education could prove to be the most important issue to voters.

Education Cheat Sheet: What Voters Should Know At The Polls

To wrap up the week previewing education in this year's elections, here's a list of things to consider as you head to the polls on Nov. 4.

October 30, 2014

 

Many education related organizations made donations to political campaigns this election cycle.

Sortable Table: Who’s Funding Your Representative?

Check out a sortable table of campaign donations to both state Senate and House candidates from education-focused organizations.

October 22, 2014

 

Pence said the reason for refusing the funding was so the state can focus on Indiana's new pre-k pilot program and make it successful before expanding it:

Governor Pence Rejects Pre-K Funding, Again

After the U.S. Department of Education extended the application deadline for a federal preschool grant, Gov. Mike Pence says he still won't apply.

October 22, 2014

 

Educators at participating providers will administer part of the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment directly to their students. The other part will be based on their observations of the child in their environment.

Q&A: Indiana’s Kindergarten Readiness Assessment

A member of the Early Learning Advisory Committee joins StateImpact to discuss the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment, part of the state's pre-k pilot program.

October 21, 2014

 

Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz is urging Governor Mike Pence to reconsider applying for federal money to support pre-k.

Deadline Extension Reopens Debate Over Federal Pre-K Grant

With the announcement of an extended deadline, State Superintendent Glenda Ritz is calling on Governor Pence to reconsider applying for a federal pre-k grant.

October 21, 2014

 

The Indiana Supreme Court will decide whether school districts can charge transportation fees.

Indiana Supreme Court Will Look At Bus Fees For Parents

The Indiana Supreme Court plans to hear a case about whether a school district can charge parents a transportation fee to bus kids to and from school.

October 16, 2014

 

The Gary Community School Corporation owes its busing company more than $2 million to keep services running. The company gave the school district until Nov. 10 to provide payment.

Gary Schools Get Nov. 10 Deadline To Pay Bus Company

The Gary Community School Corporation owes almost $3 million to its bus company, which has given the district a Nov. 10 deadline to make the payment.

October 14, 2014

 

The Indiana Charter School Board decides Tuesday whether or not to add a classical charter school to Monroe County schools.

Charter Board Denies Bloomington Classical School Charter

The Indiana Charter School Board has denied a charter to the Seven Oaks Classical School in Monroe County.

October 14, 2014

 

Pre-k is an important issue in Indiana this year. Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is just one of the state's policymakers who is attempting to make moves for the city's youngest students.

Funding Still A Roadblock For Ballard’s Pre-K Plan

The Indianapolis City-County Council approved $1.7 million for Mayor Ballard's pre-k initiative Monday, but the plan still has not reached its funding goals.

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