Glenda Ritz announces her campaign plans this week; pit bulls are taking up an increasing amount of space in pet shelters. Read more in our morning roundup.
This week education dominated much of the time at the legislature as a series of controversial issues were discussed.
While the governor's proposed health care expansion got a seal of approval, press organizations criticized his plan to create a state-run news agency.
Governor Mike Pence signed an executive order Thursday to eliminate his education agency, the Center for Education and Career Innovation.
Indiana Chamber of Commerce leaders say they will push this legislative session to make the position of State Superintendent appointed beginning in 2016.
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.