State superintendent of education Glenda Ritz speaks confidently about board's choice.
Indiana State Board of Education member Tony Walker says he plans to vote in favor of proposed academic standards to replace the Common Core in Indiana.
Nearly 20,000 Hoosier kids are using state-funded tuition vouchers at Indiana private schools — more than double the number who did last year.
The new academic standards would replace the nationally-crafted standards known as the Common Core.
It will be the last chance to change the standards before an up-down vote at the State Board of Education meeting April 28.
More Indiana students are meeting the state's exit requirements before graduating high school, according to data the Department of Education released Wednesday.
The third and final draft of Indiana's next academic standards will go before the Education Roundtable and State Board later this month.
Indiana schools gearing up to administer the spring ISTEP+ test are worried computer problems could again disrupt students’ exams.
Residents of Dugger, Ind., are trying to keep the schools in their tiny town open.
The Indiana Inspector General continues to investigate an ethics complaint against former state superintendent Tony Bennett.