Legislators on both sides of the aisle have made road funding and education priorities for this year's short session.
Lawmakers hope to make the most of their ten week session, ISTEP numbers are in and the drop in scores is dramatic... plus the available helium is declining.
This session will be dominated by debate over granting civil rights protections to gays and lesbians.
Preliminary results show a huge jump in the number of schools rated as failing. As I-69 heads northward – more opposition. And we explore the new “Maker Space.”
The deadline for parents to request a re-score on their child's 2015 ISTEP+ test closes tonight, despite many parents facing technology issues with scores.
The governor’s plan to fund the state’s aging infrastructure won’t do anything for local roads, ISTEP scores and teacher evaluations and Indiana's cave system.
A $1 billion investment in Indiana roads. The money you’re carrying carries bacteria, viruses and... drug residue. Plus, the wait continues for ISTEP results.
A $1 billion investment in Indiana roads. The money you’re carrying carries bacteria, viruses and... drug residue. Plus, the wait continues for ISTEP+ results.
Testing company Pearson will update legislators on their version of the ISTEP+ once they are in charge of creating it.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz's office might pursue a fine for the maker of ISTEP; a recall on frozen corn has hit Indiana.