IU researchers found that IN's school voucher program has the most students attending private school using state money that have never attended a public school.
A public preschool for migrant children in Vincennes teaches migrant children, ages 2 to 5, in English and Spanish.
A partnership between Ind. Black Expo, IU and the Indiana Commission for Higher Ed will help students complete requirements for the 21st Century Scholarship.
An Indiana State University student died at an off-campus, fraternity event over the weekend.
This election, there’s a lot at stake for seven of Indiana’s public school districts.
Faculty and students argue that many of the changes won't generate enough saving to justify the cuts.
Fourteen Indiana schools will receive a total of $16 million dollars to raise student achievement at their schools.
Superintendent Glenda Ritz and the Department of Education released a proposal for the state’s new testing system.
The Department of Education will release 2016 ISTEP data in the coming weeks before calculating A-F grades for schools, according to district officials.
This year’s rankings may not consider achievement gaps for economically disadvantaged students, students of color, with disabilities or with limited English.