The Commission for Higher Education wants to encourage more than 700,000 students with some college credit but no degree to return to school.
Indiana earned mostly B's in the 11 areas of educational improvement included in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's report card released today.
Decreased enrollment in the Union School Corporation in Modoc is forcing the the school board to consider consolidation.
The ISU Criminology Department event will feature Leeky Behrman, who escaped the 61st floor of the World Trade Center during the 2001 attacks.
A group of students from Batchelor Middle School were invited to the U.N. to receive an award for their short film on anti-bullying.
As families opt to homeschool to avoid dealing with the frustrations of traditional school, Indiana's lax regulations often leave them to their own devices.
Thanks to outreach programs, DePauw was in the top 20 of a New York Times list showing where low- and middle-income students are enrolling.
Former Butler University President Bobby Fong led the university from 2001 to 2011.
Purdue University created a new competency based degree program, which allows students to progress through programs once they master specific skills.
The church is using focus groups and surveys to determine if a new Catholic high school would be utilized south of Indianapolis.
Ritz submitted her proposed schools budget to the State Budget Agency this week, asking for a three percent increase in public school funding.