A charter school corporation has received immunity from a lawsuit, due to a state law protecting government agencies and officials.
A lawsuit challenging a state law that allowed a religious college to authorize a Monroe County charter school will move forward.
The school says its mission is to help stop the trend of high school drop outs.
The bill says traditional public and charter schools can not discriminate against students or parents because of their religious beliefs.
The freshman class will be 150 students for 2017-18 with a new class added each year.
For the past 5 years, Hoosier Virtual Academy has consistently received an “F” grade in the state’s A-F ranking.
The school originally was slated to open in the month of August.
Seven Oaks Classical School, a new charter school in Monroe County, was slated to open last week.
The Seven Oaks Charter School has been working toward an August 15 open date, but has pushed it back to September 6.
Lawmakers and national experts will meet Monday afternoon to debate whether Indiana is truly seeing a shortage in teachers.