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,
School districts across the state have turned to referenda questions over the last decade as ways to supplement funding.
School districts across the state are once again asking voters to help fund public schools, with nine districts asking for property tax increases Tuesday.
Lawmakers in both houses on Friday night approved a bill that could still allow a state takeover of Muncie Community Schools because of its financial crisis.
Could more prayer in school be a cure for societal ills?
Former state schools superintendent Tony Bennett can't fill a vacant Clark County Council seat because he hasn't lived there long enough.
Indiana requires new teachers to receive suicide prevention training, but a new bill would expand that requirement.
Proposed legislation to expand the state’s publicly funded preschool program is tangled up in the ongoing feud over private school vouchers.
The effort to increase access to healthcare for children in rural Indiana started when the state's first school telehealth clinic opened in Elwood.