Indiana Gov. and vice president-elect Mike Pence, and those with ties to him, are likely to influence the next U.S. Department of Education.
Indiana’s former schools chief Tony Bennett and U.S. Rep. Luke Messer are two names swirling around Washington, D.C.
Former state superintendent Tony Bennett has been found guilty of ethic violations that occurred while he was in office.
The Indianapolis Monthly piece doesn't reveal how an AP reporter knew to ask for emails that cost former schools chief Tony Bennett his next job in Florida.
Tony Bennett, who resigned as Florida's schools chief over allegations of wrongdoing in Indiana, is working for ACT Inc. on a new Common Core test.
The Indiana Inspector General has filed an ethics complaint against former state superintendent Tony Bennett for using state computers for campaign business.
Two outside policy analysts have concluded former state superintendent Tony Bennett’s last-minute changes to the state’s A-F grading formula were “plausible.”
Pence told reporters Thursday a "timeout from accountability" is not an appropriate response to the controversy surrounding Indiana's school rating system.
A year and a half after approving a new system to issue letter grade ratings to schools, a panel formally began the process of re-writing the formula again.
The Hammond Academy of Science and Technology saw its letter grade fall from a D to an F.