The agency wants to raise $100,000 to improve childcare facilities in the Wabash Valley.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie spoke on finances, history, and the university's upcoming bicentennial.
The bill would apply to nearly 7,000 veterans who were enrolled at ITT Tech when it shut down.
The U.S. News & World released its 2017 rankings for the best colleges across the country.
A small group of public and private colleges say they’ll waive fees and evaluate credits earned by ITT students.
Two people were injured at a weekend party at the Indiana National Guard Armory. At least 30 shots were fired and one person was arrested.
With only two meetings left, some of the panel members are disappointed there won’t be time to have much influence over the new test.
Public schools in Indiana serve about 2,400 students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Of those students a growing number now use cochlear implants.
Donald Trump outlined a plan to fund more options for students to choose between traditional public, charter and private schools.
The National Association of State Boards of Education is looking toward standardizing school response to lead contamination.