The state is partnering with Gallup to create a survey tool to poll recent graduates about how their college experience prepared them for the workforce.
This week education dominated much of the time at the legislature as a series of controversial issues were discussed.
The Class120 app uses GPS track college students and notify their parents if they aren't in class.
The City of Bloomington temporarily suspended its sanitation services and patrol of its downtown parking meters, but Indiana University remains open.
Parents can file religious or medical exemptions, which the school does recognize.
Students, teachers and parents from Gary, Mishawaka and Indianapolis gathered at the Statehouse to celebrate improvements in statewide rankings and test scores.
School districts calling multiple snow days this week face a tighter deadline in preparing for the ISTEP+ test, which begins next week.
The Indiana Department of Education released guidance to schools on how to divide the ISTEP+ in an attempt to shorten it.
Parents and teachers were shocked when they learned this year's ISTEP+ would take students around 12 hours, but a series of events led the state to this moment.
The House GOP budget proposal makes some major changes to the way school funding is calculated.