A panels of education officials is working to determine how new dual credit requirements will affect teachers and students.
Teresa Lubbers testified before a U.S. Senate committee today about state funding for education and college degree attainment rates.
One in three students at the Indiana's four-year public colleges and universities finish school within four years,
Two state bills aim to increase efficiency in higher education in Indiana, and some Indiana University faculty members are concerned about the consequences.
Pence says the Indiana Career Council will focus on compiling information on the state’s existing workforce development and job training efforts.
Lubbers says it will take a joint effort from students, the state and its colleges and universities to meets the needs of a changing workforce.
As the price of common household goods go, say education officials, so too should college tuition.
College GO! Week is organized by the Commission for Higher Education and the state Departments of Education and Workforce Development.
The funds come from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and were awarded through Complete College America.