In addition to new daily per diem rates for foster care parents, Department of Child Services will change the way it places kids in foster homes.
The net migration of students coming into Indiana was 8,382, though 15-20% leave after graduation.
A contributing factor is bottle feeding right before bed to help the child sleep.
The study urges the military to make infusions of calories and protein part of standard care in the immediate aftermath of injury.
Several students and faculty members from both IU and Taylor University gathered this morning in Dunn Meadow.
Indiana legislators are considering a new rule that would limit cell phone use while driving for motorists of all ages.
IU assistant professor Ashlyn Nelson is working with researchers from various universities to see whether there's a connection between education and foreclosure
A group calling for reform of education gives Indiana a “B” for its laws making it easier for charter schools to exist and expand in the state.
A breast cancer advocacy group is targeting Indiana’s largest pharmaceutical company.
There is a growing need to for educators teaching the field of Linguistics according to one of the organizers of the 2010 Hispanic Linguistics Symposium.