INDIANAPOLIS | Personality and political conflicts on the State Board of Education make it increasingly likely the panel will fail to set new, effective criteria for rating school performance using A-F grades by Nov. 15, as required by law.
INDIANAPOLIS | Twenty-two Northwest Indiana schools received higher state-issued grades for the 2011-12 school year after the former head of the Indiana Department of Education adjusted the grading system when a favored charter school initially earned a C.
INDIANAPOLIS | The leaders of the Republican-controlled Indiana House and Senate on Friday hired two reviewers to assess the validity of the state's past method of calculating schools' A-F grades in the wake of the Tony Bennett school grade-changing scandal.
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