When the children of Northwest Indiana arrived for the 2013-2014 school year, they were greeted by enthusiastic staff members ready to make it a fantastic school year.
Recently, a professor ordered students to write "Jesus" on a paper, place it on the floor and stomp it. One student refused. He was threatened with suspension. The university defended the professor as creating "open dialogue."
This month, champions of the “limited” private school voucher system showed their true colors.
INDIANAPOLIS | A top Senate Republican appeared ready Wednesday to kill legislation intended to increase the availability of private school vouchers.
Indiana's graduation rate improved to 85.7 percent in the 2010-2011 school year, increasing 1.6 percent over last year and 4.3 percent over the 2009 rate. This is the highest graduation rate Hoosier students have achieved since the state began measuring the four-year cohort graduation rate i…
So much attention is paid to education's five-alarm fires -- the worst schools -- that wrong impressions about Indiana's schools can be created. The excellent schools need recognition, too.
SPRINGFIELD | Parents of home-schooled children would have to register their kids with the state under a proposal that could be debated in the Illinois Senate in coming weeks.
After reading your article "Public schools play the villain in ‘Waiting for Superman'," I am struck by yet another oversimplification of the problems with public schools.
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Should federal funds be used to knock down blighted buildings in Indiana's urban areas?