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December 3, 2013


27 Schools Receive Part Of $14 Million ISTA Settlement

The state argued the Indiana State Teachers Association used funds from medical plans on risky investments and to pay off long-term disability claims.

September 17, 2013


What’s Next In Carmel After Teachers Reject Contract

Having taught without a contract for more than a year, all but one member of the Carmel teachers union voted to reject the school district’s latest offer.

September 16, 2013


Education Schools Could Be Ranked on Graduates’ Performance

Education advocates in Indiana support a new ranking system for Schools of Education, based on their graduates' performances in the classroom.

August 28, 2013


MCCSC Criticized For New Hire, Plans Diversity Committee

The Monroe County school district plans to create a diversity committee after being criticized for hiring a white male over a black woman for principal job.

April 9, 2013


Armed Staffer Proposal To Come Before House Committee

Educators and community leaders are urging the House Ways and Means Committee to kill the idea.

March 26, 2013


General Assembly Considers Fingerprinting For Teachers

A bill in the legislature would require schools to check potential hires using the FBI fingerprinting database.fli

March 21, 2013


Parents Testify Against Seclusion Rooms At Statehouse

The House Education Committee plans to vote next week on a bill that would help create guidelines for how schools and teachers restrain and seclude students.

March 12, 2013


Legislators Calling For More Parental Involvement In Schools

Legislation unanimously approved by a House committee Tuesday aims to increase parental involvement in education.

December 5, 2012


State Board Approves ‘REPA II’ Teacher Licensing Rules

Indiana’s State Board of Education approved Wednesday a broad suite of changes to the rules, known as REPA II, used to issue licenses to educators in the state.

October 30, 2012


Indiana Public Schools Add Teachers Faster Than Students

Public schools in Indiana have added teachers and administrators much faster than students in the past two decades, according to a new report.

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