As policymakers consider overhauling Indiana’s high school diplomas, many wonder whether students' options for discovery will become limited.
In recent years, more schools in Indiana and across the country are granting digital badges to help students and teachers show what they know.
It's clear Indiana is experiencing a teacher shortage – what’s still a bit blurry is what policymakers will do to fix the problem, and how long that will take.
Indiana expects gains in Arlington students passing end of course exams, although some juniors and seniors have never taken the required math and English tests.
The Purdue Board of Trustees approved a new promotion and tenure policy that encourages tenured faculty to mentor students.
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?