For the first time, the Indiana Department of Education is giving letter grades to its schools, in an effort to make performance data easier to understand.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett said several options will be considered when it comes to intervention, negotiation will not be one of them.
The report examines factors affecting newborns to children 5 years of age. Those include such things as healthcare, housing, and family structure.
The ISTA says a provision in the Indiana teachers' collective bargaining agreement is illegal
The two Indiana school systems still in danger of having schools seized by the state say less drastic action is called for.
The IDOE collected I-STEP attendance data to help determine whether some schools should be shut down because of poor performance.
The Indiana Department of Education hopes to make I-Step testing all online by 2014.
There will be no waivers given to any school districts for days they had to cancel this week due to the blizzard and ice storm.
Legislators in the General Assembly are considering a bill that would force schools to take a more active role in preventing bullying.
The number of students in Indiana graduating from high school has increased more than 2.5% since last year.