"Gridlock is a win-win" for both Congress and the Obama administration, writes an education policy analyst of efforts to revamp the "No Child Left Behind" laws.
Hoosier kids are healthier according to various indices, but 23 percent still live below the federal poverty level.
Though the State Board of Education wants to maintain this year's funding levels at the takeover schools, it's not clear whether that will be possible.
If Congress fails to act by July 1, student loan interest rates will double, but some parents and students say that is not affecting their choice of college.
StateImpact Indiana’s Kyle Stokes speaks to the associate commissioner of the Commission for Higher Education on the potential student loan rate increase.
An Indiana State University study may back technologists' push to get more tablets and e-readers into classrooms.
The Indiana General Assembly crafted a new law halting the rollout of nationally-crafted academic standards with the No Child Left Behind act in mind.
State legislative leaders say they’re looking for answers behind recent problems with ISTEP testing that disrupted the exams of thousands of Hoosier students.
The $30 billion budget provides a 5 percent income tax cut and increases funding to roads and education.
A bill set to be passed Friday would keep Common Core education standards from being put into place until they can be reviewed.