The caucus’ top priorities include a long-term road funding plan, replacing the ISTEP test and addressing vaping liquid regulations.
Tensions continue to build between state superintendent Glenda Ritz and the rest of the State Board, but legislative leaders would prefer not to get involved.
Indiana’s House and Senate education committee chairmen are undecided on what education policies to pursue in the upcoming session.
State school superintendent Glenda Ritz will ask the State Board of Education next month to make it a last-resort option for schools.
A bill allowing creationism to be taught in public schools is essentially dead in the General Assembly this session.
Committee looks into balance between fiscal responsibility and competitive leadership.
The Governor is expected to sign into law an enhanced teacher rating system.