Our StateImpact Indiana education team is curious to hear how parents, teachers and school administrators are preparing for new standards and assessments.
A group of private citizens filed a lawsuit against State Board of Education members regarding meeting practices that left Glenda Ritz out of communication.
The ability to afford and have access to high quality child care is making headlines lately, but in Indiana it's not all bad news.
A new Indiana Commission for Higher Education initiative encourages college students to take 15 credit hours per semester so they can graduate in four years.
A panel of policymakers is in talks to make the school A-F rating system clearer for school officials and families.
A summer camp in Martinsville offers disabled children a safe environment that encourages independence and self-esteem, research says.
Ten Indiana schools are receiving 3D printers in an effort to interest students in science, technology, engineering and math fields.
Teresa Lubbers testified before a U.S. Senate committee today about state funding for education and college degree attainment rates.
Tony Bennett speaks about the accusations that he adjusted A-F scores when he was state superintendent.
The Vigo County superintendent is telling teachers they should stop leading prayers at school-sponsored events after a complaint was filed.