Federal officials suggested Indiana correct this year's Title I allocations following calls from several state entities to double-check the state's process.
According to correspondence between federal and state officials, the Indiana Department of Education took incorrect steps in determining 2015 Title I funding.
Local officials hope to start the "Advantage Shelby County" program in January 2016.
Many Indiana charter schools have questioned how the state calculates their annual Title I funding.
This week on Noon Edition we'll speak with local leaders about the MCCSC’s proposed academic calendar.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz says the first two meetings of her new commission focused on data, and they'll get to strategies next month.
Some Indiana charter schools saw dramatic decreases in their Title I funds this year, and very few state or federal officials can definitively explain why.
Senate Democrats will pursue a bill in the next session that would allow in state tuition for undocumented students.
During the second debate among GOP presidential candidates, there was little discussion of education policy.
The State Board of Education is discussing new diploma types for high school graduates.