Lilly Endowment gave $62 million this week to Indiana universities, in hopes of providing graduates with jobs more in line with their degrees.
Governor Mike Pence's 2014 legislative agenda includes a phase-out of the business personal property tax and a pre-K voucher program.
With some of Indiana's worst test scores, Evansville's Glenwood Leadership Academy is all but assured its sixth straight F — and possible state intervention.
Four private citizens make the same allegation state schools chief Glenda Ritz did in October: that the State Board of Education violated open meetings laws.
A policy document from the Center for Education and Career Innovation floats the possibility of removing Glenda Ritz as head of the State Board.
Legislative leaders want Indiana education officials to write new academic standards independent of the Common Core.
The suit claims the current law violates the university’s right to religious freedom in its provisions regarding coverage for contraceptives.
Anderson University School of Theology received $250,000 from the Lilly Endowment.
About 4,000 debit cards are being replaced by the IU Credit union after they were said to be at risk of fraud.
The state argued the Indiana State Teachers Association used funds from medical plans on risky investments and to pay off long-term disability claims.