The Indiana State Teachers Association wants more money for teachers, no penalties for low ILEARN test scores and dropping the requirement for 15 hours of work experience outside of school.
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Education, poverty and domestic violence are linked — especially for Black girls.
Jasmin Shaheed-Young has a vision for a political organization that focuses on education — while avoiding deeply contested, emotionally fraught debates over school choice.
The Indiana Board of Education is postponing a decision on a proposal to cut funding for classes that teach students life skills such basic nutrition or personal finances.
Indiana’s top education official pressed the manager of Emmerich Manual High School to explain why the Indianapolis campus had the highest proportion of students leaving to home-school of any traditional high school in the state.
Indianapolis Public Schools has a powerful new ally in its last-minute campaign to win back control of three schools taken over by the state — and prevent a Florida-based charter manager from running the schools indefinitely.
Republicans in the Indiana House have picked Rep. Todd Huston to become the next Speaker of the House once current Speaker Brian Bosma resigns that position at the end of the 2020 session.
For nearly three hours Monday night, staff, parents, students, and alumni made the case that the operator of three Indianapolis schools that were taken over by the state should be granted charters to continue running them.
Now that thousands of Indiana teachers, educators and their supporters have rallied at the Statehouse over teacher pay, testing and professional development, it’s time to drop some facts. No offense, guys and gals, but whomever you’ve been listening to, they have done you a disservice. You …