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The Indiana Commission for Higher Education says the state should make more resources available for non-traditional adult students.
Police say texting should be limited to situations where the person cannot speak because calling 911 still provides the police more information.
Thanks to outreach programs, DePauw was in the top 20 of a New York Times list showing where low- and middle-income students are enrolling.
The Fairview Elementary principal admits she acted too quickly in her decision to reassign students to different classes based on their academic abilities.
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath wants to offer tax breaks to Indiana's top STEM graduates to keep them in the state after graduation.
With a large number of students needing housing at Indiana University every year, new student housing projects are popping up all over Bloomington.
Some work study positions will disappear at Indiana University campuses, but the school’s flagship may be spared.
Rep. Peggy Mayfield (R-Martinsville) says the bill will help elevate residency guidelines.
A Department of Education ruling says schools must accommodate students with disabilities in sports programs but does not provide additional funding to do so.