Vincennes University will have fewer active-duty servicemen taking classes as a result of the federal sequestration.
A study finds the areas of Indianapolis in need of better schools are not necessarily the poorest, but district officials are skeptical.
One scholar at a think tank that generally supports the increased testing says it’s time to address the claims of the “typical anti-test crowd” head-on.
Voters in seven Indiana communities will go to the polls in May to decide whether they will raise their own property taxes to raise money for schools.
Skeptics of massive open online courses point to the large numbers of students who drop the course before it is over.
On March 27, the federal budget expires and money for most federal programs, including every education program, stops flowing.
Supporters of Indiana's fledgling school voucher initiative say expansion needs to not just fill slots but to create new seats at the state's private schools.
The 2012 MetLife Survey of the American Teacher shows only 39 percent of teachers told the MetLife Foundation they were “very satisfied” with their jobs.
The House Ways and Means Committee approved a $30 billion budget Tuesday that includes $57 million in “repair and rehabilitation” aid for the state’s colleges.
The House GOP proposal calls for a nearly $344 million increase in general funding for K-12 education. Pence’s proposed budget calls for $263 million.