Almost 50 percent of reports fell into the sexual harassment or gender discrimination category.
Officials are expected to present a plan to the Indiana State Board of Education Wednesday.
A new state law could allow job training programs to replace other high school graduation requirements.
The board voted 7 to 4 to accept the terms of resignation.
If college students want As in their classes, new research says setting goals at the beginning of the semester increases the opportunity to earn better grades.
Indiana’s general diploma will no longer be considered when calculating school and district graduation rates.
The federal Every Student Succeeds Act was signed into law in 2015, replacing the No Child Left Behind law.
The future of education legislation at the Statehouse could change with Senate budget architect Luke Kenley retiring this fall.
The state will now consider chronic absenteeism and how non-native speakers are learning English when calculating school A-F grades.
Schools across the country are taking different approaches to collecting lunch debt. Some are being criticized for "lunch shaming."
The lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Seven Oaks Classical School's charter will continue with the State as the only named defendant.