Education news

Lawmakers are looking at ways to improve the resolution process when parents file formal complaints against a school for not providing services their child needs, but it could be some time before changes are implemented.

Lawmakers are scaling back a proposal to make the U.S. citizenship civics test a high school graduation requirement for Hoosiers.

Applications for the state’s On My Way Pre-K program are open for next school year. The program offers preschool grants to low-income families.

A second guidance counselor from Roncalli High School says the school won't renew her contract because of her relationship with a woman.

Late last year, Lynn Starkey was the second guidance counselor from Roncalli High School to file an Equal Employment Opportunity commission discrimination claim against the school.

Lawmakers in the Senate gave final approval on a bill Tuesday to make Indiana’s next schools chief an appointed one. Now the bill heads to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s desk for his signature.

"This I Believe": Doing Your Best

Mar 15, 2019
Author: Samantha St. Myer (Rossville HS)
Rachel Lattimore

I believe in doing your best. Even when everything is going wrong in your life, you can

make a difference. You can keep pushing and get through the bad times, and you can

Senate lawmakers heard hours of testimony Thursday from teachers and education professionals urging the state to give schools, and ultimately teachers, more money

As lawmakers push forward a measure for the governor to appoint the state’s next schools chief starting in 2021, some question the requirements for the job.

Hundreds of teachers and supporters of public education rallied at the statehouse Saturday to call for better pay and school funding, because many say the state isn’t doing enough.

"This I Believe": The Golden Rule

Mar 7, 2019
Author Sierra Schwartz (Benton Central HS)
Rachel Lattimore

Treat others as you would like to be treated. This, I believe. In a world full of negative