Writing for Perspicacity Magazine isn’t like a class assignment, teacher Ben Boruff said. Students have to be brave to put their work out for all to read.

The district’s Stronger Tomorrows program received a $10,000 donation to promote safe sleep and help young parents stay on track to graduate.

Elizabeth Krutz of the La Porte Community School Corporation is slated to take over the school at the end of July.

Few candidates and low voter participation and engagement with schools can pave the way for outside groups to sway elections.

Almost three-quarters of the students who didn’t pass the state reading test and were retained in third grade in 2023 got subsidized meals.

The resolution calls for ‘greater coherence, clarity, and collaboration’ between all public schools.

More than 30 school board seats are on ballots across 10 districts in Marion County in the election this November

Despite a rough rollout, nearly the same number of Indiana high school seniors filled out the FAFSA in 2024 as 2023. But there’s still time to fill it out.

With 58% of campers receiving tuition assistance, university staff hope to continue need-based funding after their grant ends.

Around 45,000 Indiana students across the state learned with AI tutors last year as part of a state grant to reduce teacher workloads while improving student learning.

From Indy’s west side to the east, here’s how to find the free meals closest to you. Meals are also available to students across the state this summer.

What to know about the upcoming school board elections and how to get involved. Plus, a refresher on what school board members do.

The Teacher Prep Academy at the University of Indianapolis wants to draw more young people to teaching to fill open education jobs in the state.

The 2025 IPS Teachers of the Year are Ashley Hogan of Emma Donnan Elementary and Middle School and Linda Thomson of Shortridge High School.

State officials writing new graduation requirements want students pursuing an advanced diploma to have work experience.

Proposed changes would eliminate a diploma popular with Indiana’s college-going students while it’s not clear if the state has enough support to help them meet new requirements.

The charge comes after a lawsuit alleged Julious Johnican allowed and encouraged students to attack their 7-year-old classmate.

Brian Metcalf is accused of fraudulently billing the charter network for goods and services with two other parties. The school intends to seek restitution.

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    The resolution reaffirms the district’s need to collaborate with charter schools. But some parents want the district to hold off, and examine whether such partnerships are working.

    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.

    Charter supporters are calling on the state to use a pilot program to help Indianapolis charter schools find new approaches.

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

    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.

    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.