An uphill battle awaits Democratic candidates for two statewide positions.
The quarreling over the state takeover of four Indianapolis Public Schools has gone before a legislative study committee.
Indiana students are improving their scores on advanced placement -- or AP -- tests, but the Hoosier State is still well below the national average.
State education officials say a lot more schools would be classified as failing under a proposed new rule -- but it‘s not clear how many more.
Bennett wants the failure window shrunk from six years to four.
In his State of Education address Tuesday, Superintendent Tony Bennett called Indiana a national leader.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan stopped in Merrillville Thursday to speak at a gathering of northwest Indiana political and business leaders.
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.
Six Indianapolis public schools will learn their fate later this month.
The two Indiana school systems still in danger of having schools seized by the state say less drastic action is called for.