State law requires at least 90 percent of a school’s teachers be state certified or in the process of getting a state license.
Rep. Ron Bacon's bill is primarily aimed at out-of-state students.
Some public university presidents expressed concerns over funding increases and the state's performance funding formula for higher education.
The second half of the legislative session begins this week, and the House and Senate have two very different bills to expand state funded pre-K.
Delta Omicron withdrew the IU Bloomington charter because they say members had been involved in activities that "do not represent [their] high standards."
Rep. Melanie Wright (D-Yorktown) sent a letter to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos asking her to hire a public school educator as her Deputy Secretary.
Pence will be the first vice president to deliver Notre Dame's commencement address.
The MCCSC board voted Tuesday to grant 42 bus routes to a Michigan-based bus corporation to address the district's bus driver shortage.
In a 41-9 vote, state senators pushed ahead a two-year, $32 million proposal that would begin a modest expansion of state-funded preschool in July 2017.
Under the plan, K-12 education funding would be increased by 1.1 percent in the first year, and 1.7 percent in the second year, or a total of $273 million.