Critics and supporters use new voucher study to argue their stances.
Groups that advocate for voucher schools say they aren't trying to avoid accountability from the state.
The state’s largest teachers’ union laid out their legislative priorities Wednesday.
After a decade of increasing prices, Indiana farmland values are expected to decline.
The State Board of Education is considering new requirements that would allow people to teach without having a teaching degree.
IPS is supporting a plan that could bring some charters under the district's umbrella. But the ISTA says it's too similar to the state's takeover plan.
The state argued the Indiana State Teachers Association used funds from medical plans on risky investments and to pay off long-term disability claims.
The Indiana State Teachers Association wants to overturn the state's voucher law, but one analyst says it faces an uphill battle.
The Fordham Institute says Indiana's unions have less influence than those in other states, but the ISTA president calls the study "laughable."
Whether or not the sweeping reforms were good or bad depends on the point of view.