Education

Education

2013 session halftime: A look at Senate-passed bills

Tuesday marked the halfway point of the 2013 legislative session as lawmakers scrambled to gain final approval of their proposals. Senate bills not making...

Sign the petition: All Hoosier children deserve access to quality preschool

SIGN HERE Join the effort this legislative session to ensure every Hoosier child has access to  quality early childhood education, not just those who meet...

Lanane: Our fears for public ed are now confirmed

INDIANAPOLIS – Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) issued the following statement regarding the release of the Indiana Department of Education’s annual report on...

[INTERACTIVE] Compare your school corporation’s 2015 ISTEP+ results

On January 6, the Indiana Department of Education (DOE) released 2015 ISTEP+ results for Indiana school corporations and individual schools. In releasing the data,...

2013 New Indiana Laws

The Indiana General Assembly approved just under 300 new laws this year, many of which will become effective July 1. The changes in state law taking place this summer impact a variety of issues. Read on for a brief summary of some of the new laws taking effect July 1, 2013, and several that are already effective.

Lanane encouraged by statewide pre-K, seeks additional funding

INDIANAPOLIS – On Tuesday, Senate Democrat Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) released the following statement after the passage of a scaled-back version of the prekindergarten...

Must Reads

Breaux OpEd: Voter information sharing didn’t start with federal commission, but with Indiana state...

The Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity is the latest federal overreach that puts Hoosiers’ private information at risk. In reality, President Trump, Vice...

STAY CONNECTED

344FollowersFollow
154FollowersFollow
8,542FollowersFollow
104SubscribersSubscribe