Hundreds of students gathered to discuss issues of diversity and racism on Indiana University’s Bloomington campus in a ‘town hall’ forum on Tuesday evening.
Lawmakers revealed more details surrounding education legislation they intend to introduce during the 2016 session, beginning in January.
Conversations about teacher recruitment tactics are beginning to turn into action at multiple levels of government in the Hoosier state.
The university says it's not recommending students return to the U.S. at this time.
For 175 years, the mission of St. Mary-of-the-Woods College has been to empower women. This year the school went co-ed.
The deadline for parents to request a re-score on their child's 2015 ISTEP+ test closes tonight, despite many parents facing technology issues with scores.
IUPD says the threat was posted anonymously on Yik Yak.
Sen. Mark Stoops, D-Bloomington, wants the legislature to work on crafting protections for schools based on what are predicted to be low ISTEP+ scores.
As Indiana modifies its high school diplomas, guidance counselors will bear the brunt of the pressure to make changes work.
As policymakers consider overhauling Indiana’s high school diplomas, many wonder whether students' options for discovery will become limited.