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Students at Bloomington High School South will soon be able to create renewable energy just by walking to class.
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Election Day is cold and rainy.
In a private room within the Office of Student Ethics, Rachel relived the moments when she was raped in a campus fraternity house.
The State Board of Education voted Wednesday to move more control of school takeovers from the Department of Education to the board.
Monroe County YMCA visitors followed their Monday morning workout with literal warm fuzzies at the YMCA’s annual holiday sale of handmade winter clothes and Christmas gifts.
Students at Bloomington High School South collected 2,672 pounds of food for their annual food drive this year.
Monroe County Community School Corporation will soon be host to a neuroscience program pilot.
While some IU Dance Marathon participants stood for 36 hours to raise money for sick children this past weekend, local gamers sat for 12 hours to do the same.
State Board of Education members said Thursday that defining the board’s authority in relation to the Department of Education should be a top priority for the Indiana General Assembly’s 2015 ?legislative session.
A new study shows driver drowsiness is a factor in more than one in five fatal crashes in the United States every year.
A city contest is teaching Bloomington students that one person can change the world.
The State Board of Education voted Tuesday to approve schools’ 2014 A to F grades after delaying their approval last month.
The City of Bloomington is inviting all residents to see pumpkins fly through the air at the Monroe County Fairgrounds this weekend.
Trustees for Monroe County Community School Corporation voted Tuesday to unanimously approve a $4-million project to replace outdated technology at Bloomington high schools.
An event Thursday aims to educate Monroe County residents about upcoming open enrollment for the Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz continued her series of appearances to support educators running for office Saturday at a campaign event for House District 60 candidate Daymon Brodhacker .
Monroe County Community School Corporation is pushing to put iPads and other educational technology in every student’s hands.
Volunteers in Bloomington are crossing continents to improve education for young students in Tanzania.
Fewer teachers are being licensed in Indiana, and State Superintendent of Schools Glenda Ritz says it’s due to federal policies affecting schools.