Indiana Online Schools
Lawmakers this year expanded a ban on offering an incentive to enroll at schools in Indiana.
The law strengthens previous restrictions, but so far the state does not seem to be enforcing it.
Indianapolis Public School parents have two virtual charter school options if they want their children to learn remotely this 2021-22 school year.
Defunct virtual schools, ex-officers sued for $154 million for allegedly defrauding Indiana of tuition paid to educate online students
Two new private schools seek state accreditation, which would allow them to accept publicly funded tuition vouchers for online education.
A plan to inject more money into virtual schools in Indiana is a victory for advocates who say growing awareness is helping them win support for full funding.
Lawsuit challenges Indiana funding for schools operating online amid the pandemic — but appears to seek more monies for virtual-only schools.
Paramount leaders say the plan responds to demand fueled by the coronavirus for virtual schooling that they anticipate could continue even if the pandemic recedes or a vaccine proves effective.
After the scam involving Indiana’s virtual charter school enrollment, a report reveals how most of the state’s $7.5 billion school funding system is largely based on trust — and lacking controls that could flag potential fraud.
Indiana auditors found that Daleville failed to hold Indiana Virtual School and Indiana Virtual Pathways Academy to their charter contracts, review the schools’ finances, or press for improvements.
Indiana education officials plan to fund schools at the full rate for students learning online due to COVID-19 — not at the reduced 85% level for full-time virtual schools.
What we know about online schools and Indiana’s years-long battle to improve them suggests that the “new normal” of stay-at-home learning could present challenges.
Nineveh-Hensley-Jackson will close Indian Creek Online Academy amid concerns over its manager's connection to Indiana Virtual School.
A new study shows students who transferred to Indiana virtual charter schools saw significant declines in both math and reading.
Indiana Agriculture and Technology School could lose its charter authorizer and potentially be forced to close unless it runs more like a brick-and-mortar school, the state said.
Republican leaders are criticizing the Indiana Department of Education for giving two troubled virtual charter schools millions in state funding for 'ghost' students.
The manager of Indian Creek Online Academy was named in a recent state auditors' report on the $86 million scandal at Indiana Virtual School.
As Chalkbeat has reported, some officials were made aware years ago of red flags at Indiana Virtual School, but didn’t step in.
The state report seeks repayment for more than $85 million in public dollars inappropriately spent on companies connected to Indiana Virtual School officials.