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.
Can a hate crimes bill finally make its way into Indiana law? Plus this week at the statehouse. And how advocates hope to expand the state’s pre-K program.
The state's On My Way Pre-K program has been beneficial to families, but officials say the application process can become overwhelming.
The Indiana Department of Education wants to make school bus rides safer for preschoolers in the new year.
The state hopes grant money set aside by lawmakers in the 2017 legislative session will help expand access to and the quality of preschool programs.
While 14 families have applied for the On My Way Pre-K grants, the state has only awarded one so far.
Those counties are: Bartholomew, Delaware, Elkhart, Howard, Kosciusko, Madison, Marshall, Monroe, St. Joseph, and Tippecanoe counties
On-line home-based pre-K program, a business that’s offering employees a way to achieve work-life balance and I-69 construction delayed for the fourth time.
The online software is designed to increase access for low-income families, but some believe the money would be better spent on in-class programs.
Holcomb selected 15 additional Indiana counties to participate in On My Way Pre-K, the state’s first state-funded preschool program.