Legislation introduced Monday says a school may not receive a grade lower than the one it received in the 2013-2014 school year.
In preliminary numbers compiled by State Board of Education staff, 17 percent of Indiana’s K-12 schools will be considered failing.
Indiana will request a five year extension for when high school teachers are required to hold a master's degree so they can teach dual credit courses.
Surplus office supplies from Indy businesses are finding a new home in cash-strapped classrooms.
State lawmakers tackled everything from gaming to the state budget in the 2015 session. Many of the state's 259 new laws take effect July 1.
The school is the first public school in Indiana to offer a "competency-based" degree.
A new degree program at Indiana State University will allow students to learn in depth about unmanned systems and their uses in the modern world.
Hundreds of people are spending the week learning at Indiana University’s Bloomington campus – and they’re not college students.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz is widely expected to announce her campaign for governor at an event in Indianapolis Thursday morning.
Between crafting the state budget, amending a "religious freedom" law amid national outrage and addressing other issues, it was a busy session for lawmakers.