Legislation to increase awareness and intervention for students with dyslexia in Hoosier schools has been approved by the general assembly.
The decision to hire unlicensed teachers would still be left up to superintendents and local school boards.
The Summer Food Service Program feeds children healthy meals when school is out for the summer.
An Indiana Court of Appeals ruling says serious sex offenders are entitled to attend worship services - even if the church is on school property.
Legislation to improve data collection around bullying and information about human trafficking have been approved by a House committee.
Lawmakers in a senate committee approved a bill that would screen young students for dyslexia and provide more training about it to teachers.
School districts across Indiana are considering stocking up on a drug antidote amid the state's opioid epidemic.
A recent survey shows 70 percent of teachers and school administrators support making cursive writing instruction mandatory in elementary and secondary schools.
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.
A Crown Point science instructor has been named Indiana's teacher of the year.