Members of Indiana's Blue Ribbon Commission are making headway in mapping out strategies for dealing with Indiana's teacher shortage.
Concerns over differences between the online and paper/pencil versions of the annual ISTEP+ test could cause a delay in the release of this year's scores.
The State Board of Education meets Wednesday in Indianapolis.
Pence is adding $3.5 million back into a program for which lawmakers slashed funding during session earlier this year.
Some Indiana school districts don't mandate teachers to hold conferences with parents from their classrooms.
One of Indiana's top teachers offers her advice to fellow educators about how to make parent-teacher conferences more productive.
Ballots in seven different districts will include school-related referenda questions this fall.
Indiana Department of Education officials say the state has not changed its formula for Title I allocations in more than a decade.
A longtime Indiana advisor says state officials need to proceed with caution as they consider the future of the statewide ISTEP+ test.
Federal officials suggested Indiana correct this year's Title I allocations following calls from several state entities to double-check the state's process.