House Republicans revealed their proposal for the state budget Wednesday, eliminating teacher performance grants based on how students perform on state tests.
The $31.7 billion plan includes a modest funding increase for K-12 education and an additional $10 million for the state preschool pilot program for needy kids.
Student journalists descended on the Indiana Statehouse Tuesday to demand First Amendment protections for themselves.
A credit rating agency has placed a 90-day watch on loans to Indiana districts due to uncertainty that districts can pay off their debt in a timely manner.
For Suzanne Kawamleh, it’s been a rollercoaster of a few weeks.
Legislation that would replace the ISTEP exam with a new assessment got its first debate Tuesday at the Statehouse, but it’s unclear what the new exam will be.
The graduation rate at IU Bloomington has increased to 77 percent while the regional campuses have fallen to approximately 25 percent.
IU officials say in an email the flyers were posted on the office doors of faculty members of color and scholars of race and ethnicity.
The bill would allow the governor to appoint the superintendent of public instruction starting in 2021.
About 160 applicants from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen have applied to IU campuses across the state.