The Senate education committee heard testimony on a bill to mandate schools teach computer science.
The school plans to more than double the number of degrees and credentials awarded annually over the next five years.
One lawmaker has earned the nickname "Queen of Cursive" for proposing the same piece of legislation for seven years in a row.
A new research study aims to reduce avoidable hospitalizations of long-stay nursing home patients through a new clinical intervention model.
The House Education Committee Chair says the state's diploma structure needs to be revised in order to meet federal requirements.
The Indiana Department of Education wants to make school bus rides safer for preschoolers in the new year.
The South Bend school board has approved plans for closing or merging five schools as the district faces continued declines in enrollment.
Schools can ask the state for additional money for special education costs, but the fund for those services is tighter than previous years.
Paoli school board members must choose between an annual stipend or insurance benefits in order to cut back on the corporation's expenses.
Indiana education advocates say those goals fit in with something teachers need to learn more about: trauma-informed care.