Leadership & Management

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.

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

Perry is the only district in Indiana to receive the Teacher and School Leader grant this year. 

The district wants to use some of the funding to expand a student-led program that teaches nonviolence.

It’s the second Indianapolis charter school in less than a year that has announced a sudden closure after the school year started.

Nathan Tuttle says the school discriminated against him as a gay man with a Black child.

Warren Morgan was also a finalist in the New Haven Public Schools superintendent search that ended this week.

The Washington Township district has also named a permanent principal to run the school after interim principal Eugene White leaves at the end of the school year.

The board’s seven members have received support from groups associated with education reform principles like school choice.

The southside Marion County district will begin its search for a new leader on Dec. 21.

Hope Hampton and Kristen Phair are running to represent District 3, a socioeconomically diverse part of the school system.

The Pike Township school board replaced Superintendent Flora Reichanadter with an interim leader after months of criticism over her management of the district.

Grassy Creek was recently named a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education in recognition of its efforts to close racial gaps.

About 1,200 Indiana educators on emergency permits will have to work toward their full licensure to stay in special education

Indianapolis Public Schools police review finds ambiguity in the roles of police and protocols, and shortcomings in training in racial equity and fighting implicit bias

The Austin school district and public health department took advantage of community trust to plan one of Indiana’s most successful school reopenings

Indiana doesn’t require school resource officers to be trained in adolescent brain development, working with students with special needs, or de-escalation techniques