Monday marks the first day of school for students and staff in many Indiana districts, including bus drivers who have been practicing their routes for weeks.
State Board of Education members will meet community leaders in Gary and Evansville to jumpstart improvement efforts for three schools in danger of failing.
Gov. Mike Pence promised to expand opportunities for charter schools in a speech Tuesday at the conference of a private charter school company.
The federal government has granted Indiana a three-year extension of its waiver, which exempts the state from certain provisions of the national law.
Indiana's Commission for Higher Education has released materials to help state universities communicate better with students about their debt loads.
State superintendent Glenda Ritz is facing a stumbling block in her gubernatorial campaign. Can she still regain footing to be competitive in the primary?
Officials with State Superintendent Glenda Ritz's gubernatorial campaign say they have amended errors in the campaign's initial finance report.
The number of first-time teaching licenses granted in Indiana has dropped by more than 60 percent in just the last five years.
Congress is making moves to rewrite the No Child Left Behind act – here's how talks are progressing, and what changes could mean for schools.
Jackson County, the only rural county selected for Indiana's On My Way Pre-K program, will launch its pilot efforts in just a few weeks.