The Lilly Endowment is giving more than $26 million to improve student counseling services at school districts across the state.
High school officials say students are busier than ever and preparing for the next level is getting more rigorous.
The state awarded a three-year, $43.4 million contract to a nonprofit assessment and research company Monday to design the replacement of the ISTEP exam.
Purdue is providing students and their families with maps specific to each residence hall to help them navigate construction.
The Indianapolis-based foundation says its Comprehensive Counseling Initiative for Indiana K-12 Students may allocate up to $30 million.
The U.S. Department of Education announced the grants as part of efforts to boost college readiness.
More Indiana school districts are turning towards online-learning technologies to keep children engaged, even if bad weather hits and closes schools.
Thanks to a State Department of Health grant, IU freshmen visiting campus for student orientation will notice increased efforts against sexual violence.
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The Indiana Commission for Higher Education says the state should make more resources available for non-traditional adult students.