One candidate vying for the Democratic nomination in Indiana’s governor’s race is seizing on the frustration of public school educators by proposing a plan so sweeping that even he acknowledges it isn’t politically viable.
An Indiana lawmaker is pressing forward on teacher pay — even though a state commission’s recommendations on the issue aren’t expected for nearly a year.
Indiana’s State Board of Education on Wednesday passed a major change to how it grades schools — and then, at the very same meeting, voted to reverse its own decision.
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Photo by Stephanie Wang. Eastern Star Church Senior Pastor Jeffrey A. Johnson, Sr., announces a partnership with The Mind Trust during a press conference Thursday.
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Julie Bryant watched last spring as her students with low vision struggled through questions on the state’s new ILEARN assessment.
School 43 has gone through at least five leaders in five years. But its latest principal, Lauren Johnson, wants parents and neighbors to know that she’s here to stay.