Indiana is one of only 13 states that elect their state superintendents.
The median earnings for men in their working prime have declined from 1970 to 2010 after adjusting for inflation, but education can help combat that drop.
Quarterly campaign finance reports released show GOP candidate Tony Bennett out-fundraised Glenda Ritz, but not by as much as he did last quarter.
The number of vouchers awarded this year has not reached the cap of 15,000 that was set by state law, but it is at least double the 3,919 awarded in 2011.
GOP candidate Mike Pence plans to expand technical education while Democrat John Gregg says it is time for Indiana to create a state-run preschool program.
GOP incumbent Tony Bennett will debate Democratic challenger Glenda Ritz on October 24 at Wabash College’s Ball Theater.
Some school districts would rather slash their budgets than ask for state loans.
Researchers of Million Dollar List for the Center on Philanthropy at IU say charitable giving fell from $2 billion in 2007 to just $250 million in 2011.
Education issues should be discussed during the presidential debate Wednesday night, but only briefly.
A new employment program in Southwest aims to help 17 to 25-year-old dropouts receive GEDs and job training.