The theme of the March 1 event co-hosted by Chalkbeat Indiana in Indianapolis is: “From Lesson Plan to New Plan.”
Indiana AG said officials must show that materials posted to ‘Eyes on Education’ were not and are not used or shared.
The website includes examples of “inappropriate” lessons or policies in 13 Indiana districts and one university, but districts say those are inaccurate.
An Indianapolis lawmaker’s bid to increase charter school transparency comes after a federal indictment of former leaders of two virtual schools.
The federal investigation of the two virtual charter schools required a review of hundreds of bank accounts, officials say
The former school leaders inflated enrollment numbers and in some cases used the corresponding state funds for personal purchases, federal prosecutors say.
These are the education issues we’re watching in the new year, from the impact of laws governing school choice and the science of reading to big changes at Indianapolis Public Schools.
The new program’s associate degrees will be at no cost to most students. If they continue to earn a four-year degree, their costs will be capped at $10,000.