The goal of the Brown County Community Health and Wellness Center is to make it easier for teachers and staff to get medical care, but the clinic has become popular with members of the community as well.
An increasing body of research on learning style categories suggests they may not have as big of an impact on student outcomes as previously thought.
Topics at the annual Indiana School Health Conference this week touch on numerous supportive health services, and the issue of school safety was front and center.
The decision comes after the Indiana Department of Education spent a month investigating a potential leak of test questions.
The Indiana Youth Group says without the right support in schools, transgender kids are at higher risk for dropping out, or even suicide.
More than 60 percent of 2016 graduates received advanced placement or dual credits, according to the Indiana Commission For Higher Education. That's up from 47 percent just four years ago.
Indiana University is adding more protections for its students, faculty, and staff in an effort to be more inclusive.
Police say the shooting could have been far worse if teacher Jason Seaman hadn't tackled the shooter.
A new superintendent was supposed to start June 1. Because that didn't happen, a consultant will help prepare the district's budget.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation is finalizing the teaching materials that will replace controversial social studies curriculum pulled earlier this year.