Whether or not the sweeping reforms were good or bad depends on the point of view.
The ISTA says a provision in the Indiana teachers' collective bargaining agreement is illegal
Many Indiana schools rushed to complete contract negotiations temporarily avoiding a new law which limits collective bargaining agreements.
Governor Daniels calls the 2011 session a success while Democrats say some of the bills that were passed will hurt Hoosiers.
Bosma says, ‘”yes, there were compromises”, but, the public collective bargaining bill is "very much alive and well."
Employees of some Monroe County food service unions say they’re keeping an eye on the state’s “Right to Work” discussion.
A Northeast Indiana school board plans to consider a resolution Monday supporting the district’s teachers.
Vi Simpson spent time this week meeting with union representatives and educators to discuss controversial right-to-work and education reform legislation.
Teachers report that as they work to make their concerns heard, the governor’s efforts to quiet them are becoming more and more aggressive.