With the upcoming legislative session just around the corner, strategies for changes to education and workforce preparation focus on a key area: STEM.
Indiana schools could see significant cuts if lawmakers fail to appropriate more than $9 million of funding during the next legislative session.
Computer science becoming a graduation requirement for Hoosier schools is one of the top priorities on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce's 2018 agenda.
Purdue University’s acquisition of a for-profit online college is being criticized by some of the university’s own faculty members.
While 14 families have applied for the On My Way Pre-K grants, the state has only awarded one so far.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick spoke with parents in Bloomington Thursday night and touched on the challenge of school funding.
The Indiana State Teacher’s Association says Holcomb's proposal concerning STEM education lacks specificity.
One of Indiana’s leading preschool advocacy organizations wants the state to better align its elementary and preschool classrooms.
A recent survey shows 70 percent of teachers and school administrators support making cursive writing instruction mandatory in elementary and secondary schools.
DeVos spoke to students about pursuing their education through multiple avenues.