Test yourself: Do you know the basics of Indiana education? By Shaina Cavazos, James Vaughn, Hayleigh Colombo July 17, 2015 PHOTO CREDIT: Alan Petersime The The Starting Line Newsletter: A roundup of early childhood stories from across the country. Delivered to your inbox every month. Please enter a valid email address Subscribe [slickquiz id=2] Shaina Cavazos @ShainaRC email@example.com James Vaughn firstname.lastname@example.org Hayleigh Colombo email@example.com Share this story Republish Join the conversation on Facebook We believe that all children deserve access to a quality education. A strong, independent press is vital to making that happen. Support Chalkbeat, a nonprofit news organization, today to become a sustaining member. Donate Now More stories in Indiana Indiana Amid pushback, Indiana lawmakers abandon restrictions on school referendums By Emma Kate Fittes Indiana Lawmakers reject plan to crack down on Indiana virtual schools. Here’s what they propose instead. By Emma Kate Fittes Indiana How the state missed thousands of ‘ghost’ students at two Indiana virtual schools By Stephanie Wang, Emma Kate Fittes More stories in Early Childhood Detroit Student safety, more summer recreation options, and universal preschool: How Detroit’s mayor plans to help children By Eleanore Catolico Tennessee First 8 hires new leader to oversee early childhood education efforts in Memphis By Jacinthia Jones New York Looking for a public pre-K program in NYC? Odds are that you’ll find a good one, officials say. By Amy Zimmer, Christina Veiga Related Topics a-f grades Accountability Common Core Early Childhood Education Early Education English language learners Funding & finance Glenda Ritz Inside Chalkbeat Mike Pence No Child Left Behind Preschool standards Standards and Testing Teaching Testing waiver Chalkbeat is rooted in local communities. Be the first to know what’s happening in education in Indiana. Please enter a valid email address Subscribe Never miss a story. Subscribe to our other newsletters.