Between crafting the state budget, amending a "religious freedom" law amid national outrage and addressing other issues, it was a busy session for lawmakers.
The 2015 legislative session ended Wednesday. As the General Assembly leaves the Statehouse, Hoosiers are reflecting on what lawmakers accomplished this year.
Students in the immersion program would begin simultaneous instruction in two languages beginning in elementary school.
With only three days left in session, lawmakers are crafting a final version of the budget, and doing so with less money than they’d planned.
Indiana University's program would be housed in the School of Informatics and Computing and would focus on science and technology, a spokesman says.
Students, teachers and parents from Gary, Mishawaka and Indianapolis gathered at the Statehouse to celebrate improvements in statewide rankings and test scores.
A House committee OK'd Sunday alcohol sales, but not before some switched sides, and the Senate heard testimony about the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The president said he wants to expand opportunities for middle-class Americans to find high-paying, skills-based employment.
Some are questioning the academic progress of charter schools after Ball State University said it would close two Indianapolis charters.
The House Education Committee held a hearing Tuesday on a bill that would require high school students to pass the 100-question civics exam before graduation.