Arlington High School will get more staff and a Peace Learning Center program after struggling with student behavior.
Some Indiana charter schools saw dramatic decreases in their Title I funds this year, and very few state or federal officials can definitively explain why.
More than 3,000 Katrina refugees came to Indiana in 2005. Many have gone back, but a handful still remain, struggling to call Indiana home.
Just two weeks into the start of school, more than 200 students are missing from Arlington High School as the principal strives to remake the program.
Most people don't dispute Indiana is facing a shortage in its teaching workforce. The question now: how can the problem be remedied?
Preschool programs operated by local museums are springing up around Indianapolis, and they face unique questions of capacity, accessibility and quality.
State superintendent Glenda Ritz is facing a stumbling block in her gubernatorial campaign. Can she still regain footing to be competitive in the primary?
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.
The school choice program created five years ago to help low-income students get out of failing schools now looks dramatically different.
Arlington High School returns to Indianapolis Public Schools today, but students fear too much change.