Federal poverty aid went up for schools in Franklin Township, the wealthiest school district in Marion County for family income, but went down nearly everywhere else.
Like many who are placed in classrooms across the country by Teach For America, Morgan Cooksey was a standout college student, but her only teacher training was during a five-week institute.
Indianapolis Public Schools and Marian University hope that by working together they can get more of the city’s best teachers to become school leaders.
Warren Township was one of just 16 districts nationwide to win big dollars to improve its facilities, boost teaching and reinvent student learning.
After the board's action, it can now access up to $21 million that previously was off limits.
Charter Schools USA, which operates three schools in state takeover, invited the governor to speak at its annual teacher summit.
Three Indianapolis Public School officials were among more than 40 school districts from around the country in D.C. Wednesday for the #RethinkDiscipline Summit.
Despite what supporters say is a strong track record of success, the once fast-growing program is now fading fast from Indiana. So what happened?