Charter Schools USA suggests partnership w/ IPS
Some former Indianapolis Public Schools taken over by the state could soon return to the control of the school district.
Wayne Twp. latest to consider May referendum
Another central Indiana school district is looking to taxpayers for help.
Program aims to cut down on teen suspensions
When Rebecca Humphrey, executive director of Cary Home for Children, was presented with data regarding student suspensions in Tippecanoe…
IPS magnet school application deadline Friday
We're close to the deadline for Indianapolis parents to submit applications for their students to local magnet schools.
Does new Ind. bill permit teaching creationism?
Two Republican state senators have introduced a bill that a critic says would allow the teaching of creationism in Indiana's public schools.
Educators push for counselors in every school
Indiana lawmakers will get their first chance to review a proposal to require a counselor in every public elementary school.
HIP 2.0 gets green light from federal goverment
The federal government has given the green light to an expansion of Indiana's health program for low-income residents.
Exonerations surged in 2014
Exonerations in the United States reached a record high last year, driven by mushrooming support from police and prosecutors to revisit…
2016 Koch fundraising will rival GOP, Democrats
Freedom Partners, the group run by Koch employees, aims to raise $889 million to influence the 2016 elections.
Obama's wildlife plan renews drilling debate
President Obama's proposal aims to protect more land in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, but so far, all that's materialized is a…
NTSB makes recommendations for missing planes
In light of high-profile plane disappearances in the past year, the NTSB has called for changes to make finding missing aircraft easier.
Coats named chair of US Senate subcommittee
Republican Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana has been named chairman of the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Energy, Natural Resources and…