Critics and supporters use new voucher study to argue their stances.
IPS is supporting a plan that could bring some charters under the district's umbrella. But the ISTA says it's too similar to the state's takeover plan.
Indiana’s House and Senate education committee chairmen are undecided on what education policies to pursue in the upcoming session.
An Indiana University sophomore is challenging House Representative Bob Behning, R-91, in next year's election.
IPS schools are pushing up the rate of state graduation waivers, which, according to some legislators, was not supposed to reach such high numbers.
Ritz says metrics system violates state law because it measures schools against other schools, a claim Bennett's campaign denies.
If a number of schools in a single district fail, Bennett says the state’s takeover model may be expandable.
Republicans say Daniels must adapt to his new role. Democrats say the governor is qualified to be Purdue president, but question how he got there.
The panel was one of the first chances legislators have had to publicly debate the Republican-led education overhaul since the session ended in April.