State superintendent Glenda Ritz, CECI employees and the State Board of Education will meet Wednesday for the first time since Governor Pence dissolved CECI.
Governor Pence's new initiative would allow schools to apply for waivers from certain portions of state law regarding teacher compensation.
Funding for schools, programs and education-related projects will be a key topic of interest going into the new year.
The number of preschool providers seeking a Paths to QUALITY ranking is increasing, due to demand created by the state's pilot program and financial incentives.
State leaders say they're optimistic about Indiana's fiscal future – so what does this mean for education?
As Indiana considers changes to the structure of its State Board of Education, how do other states' boards look?
Students of color are disciplined in far greater numbers than their white peers, according to research released by The Equity Project at Indiana University.
Forty other states, plus the District of Columbia, already have state-funded pre-k.
StateImpact reviews what the 2014 General Assembly and the governor passed into law this year, and what to expect for 2015.
A federal jury found a teachers' employer, the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, guilty of discrimination.