Four years ago, then-Gov. Mike Pence created an uproar when he decided against applying for up to $80 million in federal dollars to develop the state’s fledgling public prekindergarten program. Today, Gov. Eric Holcomb faces a similar decision.
After 14 years and some of the highest school suspension numbers in the state, an Indianapolis charter network that has seen high academic achievement is relaxing its controversial approach to discipline in the upcoming school year.