State education leaders spent time in Washington D.C. learning about the Every Student Succeeds Act and how it will affect education in Indiana.
The class is part of a national program, called Inside Out, which trains university instructors to work in prisons and jails.
Four years ago, test scores at the Evans School, in Evansville were low enough that the elementary school qualified for a federal grant for almost $6 million.
Since the Every Student Succeeds Act was introduced, states have been waiting to learn how it will affect local schools, and it looks like that time is soon.
ICSB members voted 5-2 to deny the request for one of the state’s oldest charter schools.
Students who identify as LGBT are largely left out of efforts to address the overuse of suspension and expulsion for student groups, according to a new report.
The move in Wawasee comes less than a week after the Ft. Wayne Community School board also refused to pilot test questions.
The university will hire a consulting firm to help lead the search.
As a condition of the scholarships, students must teach in Indiana schools for at least five years after earning their degrees.
The Commission for Higher Education has until December to establish the selection process for who gets the scholarship.