Union High School in Dugger closed a few weeks ago because of budget issues, but a potential charter could bring a school back to the town.
Rep. Luke Messer introduced legislation that would exempt schools, colleges and universities from the employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act.
At last night's school board meeting, the Indianapolis Public Schools announced it will provide free breakfast and lunch for all students starting this fall.
Tuition discounts at Indiana University's regional campuses are boosting summer enrollment.
The Northeast School Corporation voted in December to close Dugger Elementary and Union Jr./Sr. High School in Dugger, Ind.
Nationwide, Indiana’s rural schools and districts are in the top 20 for needing improvements.
The State Board of Education today voted down the state superintendent's proposal to abandon changes to teacher licensing rules.
Board members criticized Glenda Ritz on Tuesday for not informing them of the problems Indiana was having meeting No Child Left Behind waiver requirements
Education Secretary Arne Duncan is requesting Indiana keep his office updated on its efforts to comply with the No Child Left Behind waiver requirements.
The State Board of Education will meet with the Indiana Department of Education to discuss how to remove the condition on Indiana's No Child Left Behind waiver.