Of the 565 new students, 172 are women, an increase of 40 students over last year.
This week on Noon Edition, we'll discuss school referenda.
About one in five grievances alleged discrimination based on race, color or national origin.
Schools in Fort Wayne, New Prairie, Argos, Brown County, Hamilton Southeastern, SW Allen County, Noblesville, Speedway and S. Wells had successful referenda.
A panel of Indiana educators, lawmakers and higher ed officials are searching for a way to save Indiana classes that give high school students college credit.
Many schools started turning to referendum questions after property tax caps went into place in 2008.
Getting teachers to realize their own assumptions can mean having conversations about an often-taboo topic: race.
For the first time, Indiana's science standards include computer science curriculum for kindergarten through eighth grade students.
Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers will deliver her fourth State of Higher Education address Wednesday at the Statehouse.
State education leaders spent time in Washington D.C. learning about the Every Student Succeeds Act and how it will affect education in Indiana.