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Between crafting the state budget, amending a "religious freedom" law amid national outrage and addressing other issues, it was a busy session for lawmakers.
Senate Minority Leader Tim Lanane, D-Anderson, proposed an amendment that would have significantly expanded the size of the State Board of Education.
The Indiana State Board of Education reached a settlement Wednesday regarding the state’s Open Door Law and private email conversations.
The State Board of Education agreed Wednesday to drop a plan to administer a second test next month after schools give ISTEP+.
The State Board of Education is considering allowing schools to adjust their calendars make up snow days hour-by-hour, rather than day-by-day.
The goal is to approve new standards by summer, time many teachers use to plan lessons and seek professional development.
Andrea Neal says she believes she was appointed to the State Board of Education because of her anti-Common Core stance.