The Indiana Youth Institute has hosted The Because KIDS COUNT conference for the past sixteen years.
The Lilly Endowment is giving more than $26 million to improve student counseling services at school districts across the state.
A legislative study committee heard testimony on wind energy, potential conflicts of interests, and how a controversial new law will impact schools.
A legislative study committee will examine how a controversial law passed earlier this year that changes the affordability of solar panels affects schools.
The district's state-appointed emergency manager says the money could help pay for an estimated $9 million in repairs at three schools.
Officials of the Indiana school district say it won't shut down despite predictions that it'll run out of money by the end of the year.
The program is a partnership between the Indiana Department of Education and the state's Department of Workforce Development.
Preventure screens adolescents for personality traits, which can indicate higher risk for substance abuse or a mental disorder.
The Indiana Finance Authority plans to test more than 700 schools for lead in their water.
The study comes from Indiana University’s Center for Evaluation & Education Policy,