Indianapolis philanthropist and school reform advocate Al Hubbard has taken himself out of consideration for nomination for U.S. Education Department deputy.
This week on Noon Edition, our expert panel discussed the impact of digital technology on education and cognitive development.
The money will be used over the next year to pay for staff costs, promotion campaigns and planning.
A U.S. Court of Appeals decision ruling in favor of transgender student protections is expected to influence policy in Indiana schools.
The Indiana Finance Authority plans to test more than 700 schools for lead in their water.
An apparent hoax bomb threat at Indiana State University shut down several buildings Tuesday morning.
Among the items the team has digitized so far are hood ornaments, helmets, and race suits.
Education secretary Betsy DeVos faced questions about a school that reserves the right to deny admission to students from LGBT families.
Indiana is tied with Arizona in the lowest score for states with preschool programs, but there are currently seven states with no program at all.
An accelerated program helps the students earn their degrees in just one year.