Some of the brightest minds in education opened a one-of-a-kind charter school to serve at-risk students in Indianapolis last fall. But critics say Marion Academy didn’t do its homework—and failed the ones who needed it most.
In what would be a political shotgun wedding for the ages, Indiana’s governor has emerged as an unlikely finalist in the presumptive GOP presidential nominee’s veepstakes. Here’s why that’s not as crazy as it sounds—and a preview of the havoc it would wreak in Indiana’s gubernatorial race.
Bill Hudnut may be in the twilight of his life, but the beloved former mayor’s opinions are as sharp as ever. Here, he reflects on his time at the helm of Indianapolis and takes Indiana’s Republican Party to task.
Countrified, commonsensical, pragmatic, average, “basketball-crazed”—Indiana is one of only a handful of states with its own distinct brand, one that may not be sexy, but has proven powerful and dynamic enough to endure for two centuries. Too bad it barely captures the state’s true complexity.