U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will visit schools across Indiana Friday as the last stop on a six-state back-to-school tour.
School districts across the state have turned to referenda questions over the last decade as ways to supplement funding.
DeVos, who wants less federal oversight in education, says IPS gives parents and school leaders more control and choice over their classrooms.
Indiana advocates gathered Thursday to denounce President Donald Trump's recent announcement about transgender bathroom access in public schools.
The Trump administration is leaving the issue up to states to decide. Indiana school officials are divided on the issue.
The proposed referendum of 11.5 cents per $100 of assessed property for MCSCC schools is nearly 3 cents less than the 2010 referendum.
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.