Legislation unanimously approved by a House committee Tuesday aims to increase parental involvement in education.
Indiana’s State Board of Education approved Wednesday a broad suite of changes to the rules, known as REPA II, used to issue licenses to educators in the state.
Public schools in Indiana have added teachers and administrators much faster than students in the past two decades, according to a new report.
The Bartholomew County School Corporation is hiring a record number of teachers this year—between 20 and 30 more than usual.
The cuts saved $878,715 from a budget that was $800,000 in the red.
Though the MCCSC is able to raise its budget for the coming year, it can't do so enough to pay substitute teachers more, officials say.
Assistant Superintendent Dale Chu says the purpose of all the public meetings around the state is not necessarily to be a forum for debate.
The bus is equipped with computers, microscopes, and other scientific collection devices.
The Governor is expected to sign into law an enhanced teacher rating system.
The Senate also passed an amendment raising the percentage of charter school teachers who must be licensed.