A couple dozen students in Indianapolis will now head to the mall each morning: not for shopping, but for class.
The Indiana State Board of Education will probably not vote to approve passing grades for the 2014-15 ISTEP test on Wednesday morning.
A growing number of Indiana schools are introducing their students to online learning technologies intended to keep youngsters engaged when …
The school-day “routine” is anything but routine for some Hoosier children. It not only includes waking up, getting dressed and catching a b…
Students and staff are incorporating technology into their every day routine as part of a school corporation wide initiative.
The findings of the second national Gallup-Purdue Index have been released, and the question this time around: “Is College Worth the Cost?”
A high school aquatic center is offering a one-of-a kind service for seniors, but we’re not talking about 18 year-old students.
Carlisle Elementary/Junior High School is now separated, giving each school their own identity.
As the state looks into why fewer teachers want to work in Indiana classrooms a local university is investing in those who do, this as India…
Dugger Union continues to have a successful start to their school year since opening underneath their charter from Grace College.
Statehouse leaders with divergent views on education policy are leading two investigations into why fewer people are becoming teachers in In…
Ivy Tech Community College has ranked first among two-year colleges by a report released by Community College Week.
People want to get a lot of things out of going to college, but debt likely isn’t one of them. Unfortunately, that’s one of the most probabl…
Changes could be coming to the controversial ISTEP exam. This as a new company is slated to administer the test.
Ivy Tech Community College honored 14 with its annual Alumni Achievement Award and one honored is from the Wabash Valley.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology held their fall career fair on Wednesday with a record number of companies in attendance.
More Indiana school districts are using new programs to digitize their classrooms. The programs essentially get rid of paper.
Indiana State University gives insight on new FAFSA changes and how they are complying.