Now that Governor Pence has eliminated his education agency, will the State Board of Education be able to get along and accomplish work for Hoosier students?
Family engagement is a key component of efforts around the state to help children perform better in school.
Bartholomew County voters said no to funding preschool with increased taxes. What will this mean for the larger discussion on how to fund pre-k statewide?
After one year in the district's Turnaround Zone, Glenwood Leadership Academy is seeing improvements in multiple academic areas after being a failing school.
The Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation is asking voters to raise their property taxes to fund pre-k for low-income four-year-olds.
This Halloween will mark the 20th anniversary of the crash of a commuter plane en route to Chicago from Indianapolis. All 68 people on board were killed.
Today’s librarians have a slightly different role than in the past, as they’ve had to adapt to survive technological advances and budget cuts.
Less than a decade into its lease, the operator of the Indiana Toll Road filed for bankruptcy.
As families opt to homeschool to avoid dealing with the frustrations of traditional school, Indiana's lax regulations often leave them to their own devices.
Nationwide, the number of non-teaching personnel on school staffs has increased over the last half century, at a faster rate than that of teachers and students.