High-performing charter schools will now have access to more state money. What will that mean for the alternative schools and their traditional counterparts?
State officials announced names Wednesday of five new people who will join the State Board of Education.
Thanks to two similar preschool programs for low-income kids, more high quality programs are emerging across the state.
If Glenda Ritz enters the race for governor, she'll have to campaign differently than her run for state superintendent in 2012.
Ivy Tech President Tom Snyder says that he’s not worried about the cost of a freeze.
The Indiana Charter School Board met Wednesday and approved charters for three schools.
Between the state and city sponsored scholarship program, almost 2,000 children in Indianapolis will get scholarships to attend preschool this year.
Tuition would remain flat for in-state students attending IU Bloomington.
The school's board of trustees hope the decision will lead to more male and female applicants.
Education has been a big issue in Indiana, and the trend will no doubt continue well into the 2016 race for governor.