The Obama administration say laws that prohibit discrimination based on sex, include gender identity. But views differ across the state.
The Tribune-Star reports on the school board's vote to shutter the schools to save money. But the move could drive many Dugger students out of the district.
Indianapolis Public Schools briefly halted online ISTEP+ testing Monday morning after a new “network issue” disrupted the exams.
The law increases the maximum amount of a voucher, and guarantees eligibility to siblings of voucher students.
But the expansion isn’t nearly as broad as many, including Pence, wanted.
The House budget unveiled Friday would restore K-12 education funding above 2010 levels.
Chances are you think your local public school is doing a good job — that’s the main education finding of the Hoosier Survey, an annual opinion poll.
Pence says he wants the legislature to create what he calls ‘Indiana Work Councils’, which would create new curriculum for students not heading to college.
Private and charter school advocates organized a rally for students at the Indiana statehouse Wednesday.
$3.5 billion in education funding is now in jeopardy as the supercommittee's deadline looms — and the cuts could hurt some Indiana districts harder than others.