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Glenda Ritz made another appearance in Bloomington to support educators running for office Saturday.
The MCCSC school board approved a $4 million dollar technology project Tuesday.
The Indiana Department of Education has announced this year's guidelines for free and reduced price lunch eligibility.
The State Board of Education voted to approve school A to F grades Tuesday.
As of 3:50 p.m. Thursday the DOE website was still down.
State Board of Education members say Indiana's pre-K pilot and defining the SBOE's authority should be priorities for the 2015 legislative session.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce announced a proposal to have the state superintendent of public instruction appointed, not elected.
The total collection for this year, about 3,900 food items, is down from last year.
College STEM courses have been shown to increase interest later in life.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz said she sees the legislative and practice recommendations regarding school turnarounds as a move to make the Department of Education obsolete.
Students at Bloomington South will soon create renewable energy by walking to class.
Higher education address today in Indy
Indiana awarded 19,809 vouchers in the 2013-2014 school year.
Teresa Lubbers delivers the State of Higher Education Address in Indiana.
Study shows how much your degree is really worth.
ICHE to award $1.8 million to 12 Indiana colleges
Video messages from your state educator.
Eighty-five percent of Indiana 4 year-olds are not enrolled in preschool.
A high school in Texas that preaches abstinence-only sex
education has found itself with a chlamydia outbreak so severe, warning notes were
sent home to inform parents about the disease’s
proliferation. As of Tuesday, officials in Crane Independent School
District have reported 20 confirmed cases, which amounts to about 1 in 15
The University of Washington is being praised for its successes in bringing and retaining more women in information technology fields. They share some of their methods for engaging prospective female students, but the way they are framed come off as a little sexist.