Indiana politicians clearly are divided on the “silver bullet” that will reform schools, but in reality, there is no simple solution to such a complicated issue.
Education reform promises to be central in the upcoming legislative session and many important reforms are on the agenda.
Indiana’s top education official says the latest performance statistics show schools are failing students once they reach high school.
Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) College Preparatory School faces its seventh—and final—review this year, one that could determine its survival.
The position at United Way of Central Indiana had been vacant because of budget issues.
Gov. Mitch Daniels and public schools chief Tony Bennett have major legislative changes they want to make to implement their education reform ideas—but to do it they need their Republican Party to regain control of the Indiana House of Representatives.
The University of Indianapolis has been selected to manage a $32.7 million effort to improve schools through teacher-improvement programs and performance-based bonuses.
The Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township Schools is the only school system in Indiana and one of just 36 nationwide receiving the grants from the U.S. Department of Education.
Tony Bennett, the state’s superintendent of public instruction for nearly two years, deserves accolades for shoving
education reform toward the top of Indiana’s agenda.