Indianapolis Public Schools board members are set to vote Thursday on a proposal to join a common enrollment system that would allow families to use a single process to apply simultaneously to traditional public schools and potentially dozens of local charter schools.
Indiana’s former school’s chief Tony Bennett and U.S. Rep. Luke Messer are two names swirling around Washington, D.C. as possible picks by President-elect Donald Trump to be the Secretary of Education, according to journalists and policy advisors at a forum Monday.
Indiana's state Superintendent-elect Jennifer McCormick says education changes will come from the grassroots -- or it won't happen at all. That could be easier said than done based on the past four years.
How much money is Stand For Children spending on the Indianapolis Public Schools Board election? A review of federal tax returns shows at least $1 million flowed to Indianapolis in four of the past five years.