The latest installment in The First Year series checks in with two of the teachers on winter break, to reflect on their first semester in the classroom.
The school is offering a Bachelor's program for healthcare workers who don't necessarily want to be at patients' bedsides.
Governor Pence supported the efforts of the legislature with regard to education bills in his State of the State speech Tuesday.
The General Assembly continued to move bills that give schools and teachers relief from the 2015 ISTEP quickly through the legislative process Tuesday.
The legislature and the Commission for Higher Education both made efforts this week to attract and retain more teachers to the classroom in Indiana.
A House GOP proposal would give exceptional students thousands of dollars for higher education, if they teach for five years in the state.
Energy companies in Indiana are building a connection across northern Indiana to export clean electricity, but clean energy advocates are skeptical.
The investment will support additional faculty members, equipment purchases and facilities for the life sciences.
After ISTEP scores dropped across the state this year, the legislature is expediting two bills to give relief to teachers and schools.
As many experts predicted, Indiana's ISTEP+ scores fell significantly following the advent of new academic standards across the state.