Dylan Peers McCoy


Indiana would have no authority to reject a virtual school or operator, under a bill pushed by Republican legislators

The Indiana House and Senate propose school vouchers for families earning over $100,000

Indiana Senate Republicans significantly scaled back an expansion of the state’s private school voucher program under their budget proposal Thursday. 

Indiana schools will get more than $3 billion in federal coronavirus aid. But the money cannot provide a long-term fix for a district with spending deficits. 

An Indianapolis nonprofit is working with schools to use health data from nurses to help identify students who are likely to fall behind academically.

Indiana is likely to suspend consequences for schools that don’t perform well on tests, but many districts have pushed the state to cancel ILEARN this year.

To prevent Indiana schools from losing money during the pandemic, the state will fund students who attend remotely as though they were attending in person.

In an Indiana bill seeking ideas for streamlining schools, educators see the state possibly trying to stick schools with the bill for increasing teacher pay.

Indiana will allow educators and school staff to get vaccinated at all of the state’s roughly 400 vaccination sites, as directed by the White House

House Republican budget would cut funds for popular high school career courses like cosmetology and culinary arts, that together enroll more than 16,000 students