John Gregg and Christina Hale officially accepted their nominations this weekend to be Democratic nominees for governor and lieutenant governor.
More than 1,600 delegates chose nominees for Governor, Lt. Governor, State Superintendent and Attorney General at the Indiana Republican Party convention.
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.
Yorktown superintendent Jennifer McCormick and IPFW instructor Dawn Wooten both criticize state superintendent Glenda Ritz. Ritz is seeking a second term.
The Department of Education is moving forward with efforts to help with teacher recruitment and retention thanks to a $5 million grant.
The 23-person panel was created by a law that calls for the elimination of the Indiana’s current standardized test known as ISTEP+.
Indiana will request a five year extension for when high school teachers are required to hold a master's degree so they can teach dual credit courses.
The state superintendent talks about making schools inclusive for students. Nearly half of rural Hoosiers don’t have broadband and it’s hurting their economies.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz's office might pursue a fine for the maker of ISTEP; a recall on frozen corn has hit Indiana.
The race for governor is narrowing. New rules that would regulate waterways are set to take effect this month. And winding the Monroe County Courthouse clock.