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The United States Department of Education announced Thursday that Indiana would receive an extension on its No Child Left Behind waiver, two months after the date it wished to renew the policy.
Decades of studies show teenagers don’t get enough sleep, but the American Academy of Pediatrics says the problem could be easy to alleviate.
Teachers and schools start teaching to a new set of academic standards and a new standardized test this year, and some educators are asking for a year to adjust.
This year’s Indiana graduating class beat the national pass rate for every portion of the ACTs, according to a press release from the ACT organization.
The Indiana State Board of Education is implementing new licensing procedures that are concerning teachers.
Funding cuts on rural schools in Indiana are taking their toll.
Seven new regional education centers have been unveiled, including one in Columbus, Ind.
After 41 years of service, Patricia Marvin is retiring from teaching.
Wendy Tamborrino has been teaching fifth grade at Binford Elementary
since 1996 and was recently awarded the Armstrong Teacher Educator Award
from the IU School of Education.
About 83.9 percent of students passed the IREAD 3 test in the Monroe County School Corporation.
The program is an early childhood literacy program that will pair a male mentor with each kindergarten classroom in MCCSC.
Indiana State Board of Education member Tony Walker has released a
statement of his opinions about the new proposed Indiana academic
The Indiana Department of Education recently released the results of the
Indiana Reading Evaluation and Determination test for 2014.
The Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents is working with
Standard for Success, an online evaluation and management software, to
observe and evaluate Indiana teachers.
About 200 protesters gathered in the Indiana Statehouse Monday to rally against new proposed academic standards for Indiana.
Jobs for America’s Graduates, a national organization that works to keep
students in school, has seen an increasing number of members in
The Indiana State Board of Education and the Indiana Department of
Education released the new proposed Indiana Academic Standards Tuesday.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced today
Indiana’s Four Star Schools for the 2012-13 school year.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation has released a guide for
families to learn about summer opportunities available for their
Several eighth graders at Tri-North Middle School had the opportunity to volunteer in the Bloomington community Friday.