Non-teacher employees in the Mishawaka school district will lost collective bargaining rights starting Jan. 1.
The drill took place on campus and involved both Bloomington and IU police departments, the fire department and volunteers made up to look like victims.
Lawyers in a school transportation case before the state Supreme Court are looking to a past case involving parent fees in a public school system.
Parents sued a school corporation for having to pay fees for buses, saying the state must provide a uniform school system available for all.
The pre-k pilot program will launch in four counties in January, a quick turnaround since counties found out about their selection in July.
Terre Haute is home to a new food pantry whose target clients are students at five college campuses in the Wabash Valley.
Parents in the five counties selected for the pre-k pilot program can begin submitting applications for scholarships.
Family engagement is a key component of efforts around the state to help children perform better in school.
Eight Indiana school superintendents will meet with President Obama to spotlight the ways they've incorporated technology into the classroom.
The State Board of Education's Committee on School Turnaround is looking for ways to help nine failing schools get back on track.