eLearning days can help schools avoid extending the school year if bad weather persists beyond built in makeup days.
Elementary and middle school students will first take the state’s new ILEARN assessment in Spring 2019, and the release offers a first look at the new exam.
The general assembly failed to pass the legislation during the regular session earlier this year and brought it back with a handful of other measures.
Educators in Farmersburg, Indiana, held a rally Saturday, urging lawmakers to give more attention to rural public schools, specifically when it comes to funding.
The 529 accounts provide tax credits to people who use them, up to $1,000 a year.
Every one of the 11 school funding measures on the primary ballot passed Tuesday.
A new partnership between the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Ivy Tech Community College will make tuition discounts available to some Hoosier employees as part of an existing program at the two-year college.
Cybersecurity in schools is the focus of a new initiative from the Indiana Department of Education, and it includes thousands of dollars in funding for some schools.
The State Board of Education plans to take a closer look at virtual charter schools with a new committee to review and make policy recommendations.
The State Board of Education is considering whether it should get involved in reviewing virtual charter schools.