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.
Indiana schools will see “great delays” in the release of their A-F letter grade ratings this year, Indiana schools chief Glenda Ritz warned Wednesday.
Sen. Luke Kenley: Emails from Tony Bennett's office raise questions about the 2012 grades, not the overall value of giving schools A-F performance ratings.
An increasing number of states are using letter grades to rate schools because they’re easy for parents — and taxpayers — to understand.
Christel DeHaan says she supports a review of the A-F grading system.
Two policy analysts will review the A-F system and make recommendations to the state about what next steps would be appropriate.