Lawmakers unveiled Tuesday a final version of legislation to help schools improve their safety.
Gov. Eric Holcomb wants lawmakers to deliver $5 million more this year for schools to spend on safety. Lawmakers say they're prepared to deliver that money.
The Summer Food Service Program feeds children healthy meals when school is out for the summer.
"Soft skills" would be a new standard for schools under a piece of legislation being considered by lawmakers in the Senate this week.
A proposed bill would require the state to track and report data for foster care students, including graduation rates and enrollment.
A proposal that failed to garner support would have allowed students living in the U.S. without legal permission to pay in-state tuition at Ind. universities.
Purdue researchers have been awarded $4 million to address the shortage of teachers with an expertise in English language learning and bilingual education.
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will visit schools across Indiana Friday as the last stop on a six-state back-to-school tour.
Voors was previously general counsel for the DOE, but some board members said they'd never met Voors before approving him as executive director Wednesday.
Wayne Township Schools and the Indiana Department of Education put together a live stream with lessons on the solar eclipse Monday.