Once a summer the Jameson Camp in Indianapolis hosts a session for campers with this in common: either they or a family member have HIV/AIDS.
The change in policy means all students get the same meal, regardless of their account balances.
The Paoli school board has approved the employment of a new interim superintendent after the former superintendent resigned.
Almost 50 percent of reports fell into the sexual harassment or gender discrimination category.
The education advocacy group Early Learning Indiana has awarded $72,500 to programs across the state designed for youngsters.
School districts rely on Medicaid reimbursements for special education, transportation for children with disabilities, social workers and more.
A new federal education law would make thousands of diplomas known no longer count toward a school’s graduation rate.
Officials are expected to present a plan to the Indiana State Board of Education Wednesday.
A new state law could allow job training programs to replace other high school graduation requirements.
The board voted 7 to 4 to accept the terms of resignation.