Responding to urging from families and other advocates, Indianapolis Public Schools is proposing to share $5 million per year from a recent tax measure with its charter school partners.
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Indiana workers find their compensation declining as a share of GDP
K-12 schools will benefit from proposed budget.
Those $1,200 checks weren't wasted.
Indiana teachers aren’t going on strike, but experts say they are putting lawmakers on notice.
An Indiana lawmaker is pressing forward on teacher pay — even though a state commission’s recommendations on the issue aren’t expected for nea…
Senate Republicans unveiled their version of the two-year state budget Thursday, embedding several changes to much-debated funding topics like teacher pay, child services and infrastructure.