The State Board of Education is working to create new rules around school accountability, and a series of public hearings begin next week.
Indiana University Professor Paul Macklin is using math to model cells and fight back against cancer.
Liberty Christian School officials say about 20 percent of the school’s approximately 500 students and 50 percent of teachers are out sick with the flu.
An undergraduate Notre Dame student working as an athletic training assistant wrote or substantially edited assignments for several football players.
A multi-state effort aimed at getting more women in the cybersecurity career pipeline comes to the web this month.
The multimillion-dollar gap in school funding that Indiana legislative leaders have pledged to fill is larger than first projected.
The Summer Food Service Program feeds children healthy meals when school is out for the summer.
Keeping teachers around is a complicated issue, but officials say housing often plays a key role.
Lawmakers killed a bill to lower the compulsory school age, but other state officials and groups plan to bring back the conversation in future years.
A lawmaker's push for cursive writing struck a nerve for one researcher who says her work was misrepresented.