Indiana's 2013 college graduates have an average debt of $28,466, the 16th highest in the country
A statewide survey conducted by WISH-TV and Ball State University shows the majority of Hoosiers want the state to pay for textbooks and pre-k programs.
2014 A-F grades show big improvement for the state's priority schools.
2014 A-F grades were released this week, and this year there are more As than ever.
The State Board of Education approved school letter grades Wednesday.
Charter schools are an important aspect for candidates focusing on education in this mid-term election.
An IU study shows rich school districts are raising more money through non-profit organizations like PTA, which widens the gap between rich and poor schools.
State officials toured failing schools in Evansville yesterday and say they are excited about the academic improvement they saw.
After the U.S. Department of Education extended the application deadline for a federal preschool grant, Gov. Mike Pence says he still won't apply.
The Indiana Supreme Court plans to hear a case about whether a school district can charge parents a transportation fee to bus kids to and from school.