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A recent study of budding scientists and mathematicians shows there’s no silver bullet in pushing younger students to become more interested in math and science, but encouragement and opportunities to investigate those fields go a long way.
Students at Bloomington High School South collected 2,672 pounds of food for their annual food drive this year.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce announced its 2015 legislative priorities Monday, including a proposal that the position of superintendent of public instruction be an official appointed by the Indiana governor, rather than elected by the general public.
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.
The Indiana Department of Education’s website was hacked today for the second time this week.
The State Board of Education voted Tuesday to approve schools’ 2014 A to F grades after delaying their approval last month.
The Indiana Department of Education released the federal household size and income guidelines for free and reduced-price school lunch eligibility through June 2015.
Trustees for Monroe County Community School Corporation voted Tuesday to unanimously approve a $4-million project to replace outdated technology at Bloomington high schools.
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 .
The Indiana State Board of Education voted Wednesday to delay approving Indiana school A to F grades, meaning schools will not receive their final grades for the 2013-14 school year until the SBOE reconvenes in November.
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.
Indiana’s school voucher program is expanding, with close to 30,000 student applications for Choice Scholarships this year.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz said the Indiana Department of Education needs to go outside the classroom to meet the needs of Indiana students.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz made a stop in Monroe County Monday to campaign for a local educator-turned-General Assembly candidate.
A lawsuit against the State Board of Education for an alleged violation of Indiana’s Open Door Law was dropped last week.
The Indiana Department of Education has submitted its budget request for the 2015 legislative session, asking for a 3-percent funding increase from the current biannual budget.
Thanks to a new state law, more Indiana high school students will have the option to learn emergency medical care.
The United States Department of Education announced Thursday that Indiana would receive an extension on its No Child Left Behind waiver, two months after the date it wished to renew the policy.
Decades of studies show teenagers don’t get enough sleep, but the American Academy of Pediatrics says the problem could be easy to alleviate.