The district plans to give preference to not-for-profits or government agencies before selling to other buyers.
Bus driver shortages and teaching vacancies worsened in the wake of the pandemic, but some districts say things are now looking up.
Charlie Baker, president of the Indianapolis-based NCAA, called the legislation “a major step in the right direction.”
Indiana lawmakers cleared the way last year for school districts to issue their own permits and hire adjunct teachers for hard-to-fill teaching positions.
Hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers will soon be required to make payments on their federal student loans after a 3-1/2-year pandemic pause—and some of those borrowers are more prepared for that day than others.
Jim Bullard has spent the last 15 years as president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, making him the longest-serving sitting president of a Federal Reserve bank.
Less than a third of Hoosier students passed both the math and English sections of ILEARN, the Indiana Department of Education reported Wednesday.
Starting this summer, millions of Americans with student loans will be able to enroll in a new repayment plan that offers some of the most lenient terms ever.
Beginning this school year, after a law passed in the 2023 legislative session, all Indiana schools will be required to stop charging families for curricular materials, including textbooks, iPads, and Chromebooks.
The court held that the administration needs Congress’ endorsement before undertaking so costly a program.
In Indiana, state leaders and others are already worried about the declining college-going rate, which is especially low for Black and Hispanic and Latino students.
The decision will force institutions of higher education to look for new ways to achieve diverse student bodies.
Indiana’s public colleges and universities are slated to increase tuition and fees over the biennium—up to 4.9% per year—despite pushback from some state lawmakers and budget officials.
For the first time, the Community Data Snapshot additionally displays academic outcomes and workforce readiness information for Marion County on a school-by-school basis.
Purdue Global and Ivy Tech announced a new program earlier this month focused on some of the roughly 350,000 Indiana adults who have some college credit but haven’t obtained a degree.
High Alpha’s space in the Bottleworks District will house Purdue executive education programs in the Mitch Daniels School of Business alongside Purdue-connected inventors and entrepreneurs.
By 2025, new Indiana teachers will be required to demonstrate their proficiency in the science of reading—a term for a wide body of research that emphasizes phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and phonemic awareness in reading instruction.
Indiana high schoolers increased their Advanced Placement scores to pre-pandemic norms in 2022, according to preliminary data released by the College Board.
Voucher participation and spending are expected to jump even more this fall after state lawmakers expanded the program to be nearly universal and open to almost all Hoosier families.