Members of the State Board of Education will decide whether or not to earmark funds to support some of Indiana’s formerly failing public schools.
Most of the legislation passed by the General Assembly last session goes into affect July 1.
Holy Cross College was chosen to participate in a federal program that gives prisoners Pell grants to earn college credits and degrees.
A new report finds wealthy families’ spending on “education extras” has rocketed yet remained level in other income groups.
According to studies, teachers’ behaviors — often directed by conscious or unconscious biases — affect students’ lives from student discipline to promotion.
Agents raided the school corporation's administrative offices, transportation center and information technology center.
Eight Indiana schools will receive state grant money to begin or expand their own dual language immersion programs.
The building will require renovations before the school opens in August.
The board can consider releasing a school from turnaround status, working with current or new operators, or returning a school to local district control.
The $150 million proposal to expand preschool in every district in the state would be less than one percent of the state’s annual budget.