ITT spokeswoman Nicole Elam said in an email the company has "voluntarily suspended new student enrollment as we assess our options."
It’s been five years since Indiana launched its school voucher program, which gives state money to qualified students to cover private education.
This week on Noon Edition we spoke to local experts and advocates about the funding and approval process for charter schools in Indiana.
The Latino Youth Summit summer camp helps Latino teenagers navigate their identities and mental health.
State superintendent Glenda Ritz updated her legislative agenda Tuesday for the 2016 General Assembly.
District officials say they know closing a school is a highly-charged issue, but they see no other options.
Indiana law only requires background checks at time of employment and only for fully licensed educators.
A coalition of business, philanthropy, government and education leaders will push lawmakers to expand state-funded pre-K in the upcoming legislative session.
State superintendent Glenda Ritz says the state is seeking $4 million in damages from the state’s former testing vendor.
High school students in Indiana schools will soon face a new standardized test, but it’s exact characteristics are still undetermined.