Many teachers think No Child Left Behind legislation actually makes their work easier, according to a new study.
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.
The State Board of Education will meet with the Indiana Department of Education to discuss how to remove the condition on Indiana's No Child Left Behind waiver.
Indiana could lose the waiver because of significant issues with state compliance.
A panel of state lawmakers will hear a bill Wednesday that would require Indiana to exit the Common Core initiative and write its own expectations for students.
States that have sought flexibility from the federal government are targeting different schools for intervention than they did under No Child Left Behind.
"Gridlock is a win-win" for both Congress and the Obama administration, writes an education policy analyst of efforts to revamp the "No Child Left Behind" laws.
The Indiana General Assembly crafted a new law halting the rollout of nationally-crafted academic standards with the No Child Left Behind act in mind.
Indiana school officials say the state standards are not much better than those enforced with No Child Left Behind.
Join Noon Edition for a live chat today at 12 p.m. about the waiver Indiana received from No Child Left Behind standards.