Jennifer McCormick will run as a Republican for state superintendent.
The resignations come less than a month after the university's president resigned.
All are in the fifth year of turnaround efforts by the State Board of Education and have been run by a charter school company picked by the board since 2012.
The bill would create a commission to evaluate Indiana’s system for measuring K-12 performance.
Yorktown Community Schools Superintendent Jennifer McCormick filed paperwork this week to seek the superintendent of public instruction office as a Republican.
Nearly 57 percent of all Indiana schools were given an A and only about nine percent of schools earned a D or F.
Legislation passed at the 2016 General Assembly allowed for the DOE to grant schools the better of this year’s and last year’s grade.
Vice president of marketing for Visit Indy Chris Gahl says 12 conventions cited RFRA as the reason they opted out of holding their meetings in Indiana.
Paul Ferguson has served as the university's president since 2014.