Lawmakers last year relaxed income eligibility rules so that most Indiana families now qualify for the Choice Scholarship program.

The withdrawal pauses a potential battle between Creek Point Academy and Andrew J. Brown Academy, which began when Andrew J. Brown moved to drop its for-profit operator.

The announcement expands a pilot program that grants automatic admission to seniors with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.

The charter authorizer also approved the expansion of GEO Next Generation Academy, which is on the same property as Indy STEAM.

Elementary and special education teachers who don’t teach literacy won’t have to earn a new literacy endorsement required by state law.

Seniors in Rooted School’s first graduating class were among the students who entered high school at the height of the pandemic.

Proposed high school diplomas for the class of 2029 will place a greater emphasis on work experience, which some educators say will push students to neglect academic opportunities.

The changes tweak previous language on homework assignments, dress code, and how to approach discipline.

Mock legal and legislative proceedings dispel notions of teen disengagement in Adam Williamson’s class.

For the third year in a row, about 53% of Indiana high school graduates are going to college.

Christel House’s College and Careers program tracks and supports graduates for five years after they leave high school. Now, it’s expanding the program to four Indianapolis schools.

The state is requiring all elementary and special education teachers to earn a new endorsement on teaching literacy. Some say that rule’s too broad, among other problems.

Four Indiana school districts asked voters to approve funding to retain teachers and fund programs. As of Tuesday night, voters said yes to Pike schools.

Braun will face Democrat Jennifer McCormick and Libertarian Donald Rainwater in November. See how he answered questions on education.

The split between Andrew J. Brown Academy and National Heritage Academies involves facilities, finances, and more. One is looking for a new home and has a new operator. The other wants to start a new school.

Nikki Woodson became superintendent in 2011. Since then, the student body’s racial diversity has increased and enrollment has fluctuated.

The Lynhurst 7th and 8th Grade Center’s 11th annual International Festival will feature a soccer tournament, chess, and Bollywood and salsa dance performances.

If voters approve the ballot measure, it could be the first time an Indiana charter school could share in that funding due to a 2023 law.

With federal pandemic aid for schools expiring, the schools say the additional operating funding would be crucial for students and staff.

The new dress code for next year is designed to minimize out-of-class disciplinary actions for students who violate the rules.

After hearing from parents, the board passed a resolution to create a special task force to review each school’s health and culture.

McCormick vowed to fight portrayals of public education as a boogeyman, as Indiana Republicans lean into support for school choice.

Supporters of the statute say it will help students by making sure they learn about a variety of viewpoints. Critics argue it will intimidate professors and make prospective teachers less prepared to run classrooms well.

The lawsuit alleges that a teacher at George Washington Carver Montessori School 87 encouraged students to attack a 7-year-old fellow student with a disability.

The plan to transfer ownership of the School 110 building dovetails with the district’s expected renewal of its Innovation Network agreements with KIPP Indy.

The video of one student hitting another is connected to a lawsuit alleging ongoing abuse was ignored by School 87, according to attorneys involved in the suit. IPS says it takes student safety seriously and reacted to the situation swiftly.

Purdue Polytechnic High School Lab School offers personalized curriculum to around 20 students while getting support from the charter school network.

Secretary of Education Katie Jenner said the goal is to identify which children need additional support in their early years.

The school had a rocky history in Indianapolis Public Schools but can now take advantage of the growing number of students who are eligible for vouchers.

Families will be required to opt in to transportation next school year. The changes come as the district continues its Rebuilding Stronger overhaul.

The move by the Genius School comes after the charter authorizer overseeing it put it on probation and another authorizer rejected its bid for a new charter.

The approval caps months of controversy about the opening of the all-girls school.

The state’s FAFSA completion rates have dipped from a year ago, but there’s still time to fill out the FAFSA before a key April 15 deadline.

The six candidates answered questions on education savings accounts, teacher salaries, learning loss and life after high school.

IPS predicts a slight increase in enrollment next year but still anticipates a cash crunch in roughly three years.