About Us


The vision of the bipartisan Indiana Coalition for Public Education is to advocate for high quality, equitable, well-funded public schools for all children that are subject to democratic oversight by their communities.


Our mission is to be a strong, convening voice for public education advocacy in Indiana.


  • Our children deserve a single, well-funded system of public schools.
  • Our community benefits from excellent public schools.
  • Schools thrive by developing mutual respect and cooperation among parents, students and school personnel.
  • All children should have access to a full, vibrant curriculum.
  • Teaching, learning, and growth cannot be quantified by standardized tests alone.
  • Assessments should be designed and used to support children, teachers, and schools.
  • Teachers and administrators are professionals and deserve our support.
  • Local control of education is essential so that schools are accountable to the communities they serve.
  • Public tax dollars should be focused on the K-12 education of public school students.
  • Privatization of public schools divides our nation by creating and increasing racial, income and sectarian schisms.
  • Public schools are essential for education citizens to maintain our democracy and must not be privatized.

ICPE Board Members

Our bipartisan board reflects ICPE’s commitment to supporting public education in Indiana. Our board members serve or have served our Hoosier communities in a variety of ways. Our board is comprised of educators, principals, superintendents, state superintendents, legislators, equity advocates, parents, attorneys and business professionals.

Meet the ICPE Board Members

Not a member? Join or donate today!

Questions? Contact us at info@indianacoalitionforpubliced.org


Hoosiers for Public Education

Indiana Coalition for Public Education has a bipartisan affiliated political action committee, Hoosiers for Public Education. Contributions to the PAC are pooled strategically to support the election of Indiana General Assembly candidates who stand up for Indiana public schools. Please click below to learn more or to contribute.

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