Over the last five years, the number of English learners in Indiana grew faster than the national average.
Many schools started turning to referendum questions after property tax caps went into place in 2008.
Brown County Schools are asking for help from taxpayers after facing declining enrollment and escalating operating expenses.
Getting teachers to realize their own assumptions can mean having conversations about an often-taboo topic: race.
Starting today Ballard will be joining the University of Indianapolis as a Visiting Fellow of the Institute for Civic Leadership and Mayoral Archives.
Over the next few weeks the Ed Team at NPR is tackling a simple question: Why do some schools have so much money, while others, well, don’t?
For the first time, Indiana's science standards include computer science curriculum for kindergarten through eighth grade students.
The new rules include student growth on the ISTEP+ in the elementary and middle school and high school calculations.
The State Board of Education meets Friday for its monthly meeting. It will decide the fate of seven failing schools.
More than 32,000 students now use scholarships, up from around 4,000 students the first year, 2011-2012.
Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers will deliver her fourth State of Higher Education address Wednesday at the Statehouse.