A report released by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education shows students who receive state financial aid are on track to graduate in four years.
As the funding of charter schools comes up in this legislative session, charter school performance is sure to be at the center of that conversation.
Indiana plans to follow students enrolled in the pre-k pilot for the next several years to determine whether those benefits outweigh the cost to the state.
President Obama wants to bring down the cost of community college tuition, and advocates in Indiana are excited about a platform for a national conversation.
State Senator Luke Kenley says funding the 21st Century Scholarship Program is important to reach college success in the state.
More people are moving out of Indiana than are moving into the state, according to a report released by moving company Atlas Van Lines.
Duke Energy Indiana wants to expand solar power for customers.
The 2015 legislative session begins Tuesday, with many education issues coming to the forefront.
As Indiana considers changes to the structure of its State Board of Education, how do other states' boards look?
StateImpact reviews what the 2014 General Assembly and the governor passed into law this year, and what to expect for 2015.