An Indiana University researcher says children eating breakfast at school may help them live healthier.
Indiana University education officials have begun analyzing data generated by the MCCSC on the effects of its longer school day.
While state decreases base level funds and districts are cutting costs, special needs programs could be dramatically affected.
Leaders throughout the state gathered today at Indiana University for a leadership conference centered on education.
The Bloomington community came together to make a stand and offer a helping hand for children in Third Street Park.
A new survey reveals Hoosiers are growing more pessimistic about public schools.
Education panel discusses concerns in the Indiana on K-12 education.
A new IU study examines how Indiana districts are using or not using the referendum process.
The governor and state superintendent hope REPA raises test scores, but some educators say a reduced emphasis on teaching methods could hurt Hoosier students.
It’s been almost ten years since passage of the No Child Left Behind Act, but experts say test results show the law has failed to close the education gap.