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Established by the Indiana General Assembly, the State Board of Education oversees K-12 education policymaking in the State of Indiana. The bipartisan board is composed of eleven members, including the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Eight members are appointed by the Governor and must include:
At least six appointees with professional experience in the field of education;
Not more than one appointee from a particular congressional district; and
Not more than five appointees belonging to the same political party.
The remaining two board members are appointed by the Speaker of the Indiana House Representatives and the President Pro Tempore of the Indiana Senate respectively.
The SBOE's rule creating the Certificate of Multilingual Proficiency has been approved, signed by the Governor, and is now in effect. It can be found here
The SBOE's rule containing standards for the continuous improvement of teacher preparation programs has been approved, signed by the Governor, and is now in effect. It can be found here
The Office of Management and Budget's most recent Student Expenditures Report for 14-15 can be found here
The Center for Evaluation & Education Policy's (CEEP) Equity Analyses of the 2015-2017 Indiana School Funding Formula can be found here
Data visualization can be viewed here
CEEP's report - A Comparison of State-Funded Pre-K Programs: Lessons for Indiana, can be found here
Data visualization can be found here
Indiana Teacher Appraisal and Support System's four year analysis of Indiana's teacher evaluation system can be found here