The Indiana State Board of Education reached a settlement Wednesday regarding the state’s Open Door Law and private email conversations.
A new state law requires Indiana high schools teach CPR as part of health classes, but some schools don't have the money to do so.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz spoke at the Indiana STEM School Summit at Purdue about the state's efforts to strengthen STEM instruction.
The board is holding a special called meeting to discuss a letter from the U.S. Department of Education the state superintendent received two weeks ago.
State Board members say Indiana’s teacher evaluation law needs an overhaul after data released this week shows the most educators were above average.
The State Board of Education is considering allowing schools to adjust their calendars make up snow days hour-by-hour, rather than day-by-day.
The Indianapolis Monthly piece doesn't reveal how an AP reporter knew to ask for emails that cost former schools chief Tony Bennett his next job in Florida.
Superintendent Glenda Ritz's supporters feared a move to limit her authority as chairwoman of the State Board of Education, but one never materialized.
Allies of state superintendent Glenda Ritz and State Board of Education members are digging in for what seems likely to be a contentious meeting.