Ritz presents new 'State of the Classroom'
In a brand-new approach to addressing the state of education in Indiana, "The State of the Classroom" is ready for the watching.
Teachers, students prepare as ISTEP window opens
Thousands of students were scheduled to begin ISTEP on Wednesday, but in the wake of recent changes and weather delays, are schools really ready?
Gov. Pence signs bill to shorten ISTEP+
Gov. Mike Pence signed a bill into law Monday to shorten the ISTEP+ exam, just two days before students were scheduled to begin taking the…
14 Ind. schools to receive $1M in vouchers
Fourteen Indiana schools will receive more than $1 million in vouchers under the Choice Scholarship Program, the Department of Education…
Should seat belts be required on school buses?
As state lawmakers discuss whether all school buses should have seat belts, one school district was giving the idea a trial run.
DOE notifies schools of testing changes
Indiana schools are receiving official word about the steps being taken to shorten the state's standardized tests.
U.S.-Cuba talks, round two: what to expect
The second round of talks between the U.S. and Cuba will be focused on the nuts and bolts of opening embassies in the two countries.
Former Obama press secretary Carney joins Amazon
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is reportedly joining the Amazon team as a senior vice president.
Kerry questions Netanyahu's judgment on Iran
Negotiations over Iran's nuclear program have pitted U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Pence: 1st legislative half 'very successful'
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has called the first half of the legislative session "very successful."
Obama threatens to veto No Child Left Behind
President Obama is threatening to veto a Republican-backed plan to rewrite the No Child Left Behind law.
Republicans cede net neutrality ground
Republicans appear to be ceding the fight against Net Neutrality for now, but the FCC's plan still faces stiff opposition.