Two Fort Wayne schools lose charter contracts
A spokesperson for Imagine Schools said they want to find a way to keep the campuses open.
Chief Justice Roberts to speak at Ind. alma mater
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts will return to northwest Indiana to give the commencement speech at the Roman Catholic boarding school he
Ball State: president's large salary unusual
The nearly $1 million salary that put Ball State University President Jo Ann Gora among the country's highest-paid public college leaders didn't come during a
FWCS: Minor problems delay ISTEP+ testing
Fort Wayne Community Schools once again had problems with ISTEP+ testing on Monday.
New law gives veterans more access to college
A bill signed into law last week allowing veterans greater access to a more-affordable college education will keep Vincennes University among the top schools
ISTEP working again after IPS glitch
Indianapolis schools have again encountered problems with ISTEP, prompting another suspension of test-taking.
Purdue trustees agree to tuition freeze
Purdue University trustees have approved a tentative budget that includes a tuition freeze at the main campus in West Lafayette and spending cuts at two
Trine University receives $300,000 grant for lab equipment
The Olive B. Cole Foundation of Fort Wayne awarded Trine University with a $300,000 grant to help fund lab equipment for the Jim and Joan Bock Center for
Pence signs Indiana voucher expansion bill
Gov. Mike Pence expanded Indiana's private school voucher program Thursday, signing a law that immediately opens the program to siblings of current voucher
SACS superintendent will retire in 2014
Southwest Allen County Schools Superintendent Steve Yager has announced he will retire effective June 30, 2014.
WGU offering $100,000 in scholarships
Indiana's online university will offer $2,000 scholarships to 50 working adult applicants who are looking to complete a college degree.
ISTEP troubles show test too big to fail
The failure of Indiana's online standardized test last week showed that the ISTEP+ exam is too big to fail, on many levels.
Ball State trustees approve campus-wide smoking ban
Ball State University's board of trustees has voted to ban smoking on campus starting Aug. 1.
FWCS on ISTEP+ testing: The damage is done
On Friday, Fort Wayne Community Schools released details of just how disruptive computer errors were for students taking the ISTEP+ test earlier this week.
ISTEP+ tests glitch-free on Thursday
An Indiana Department of Education spokesman says the agency hasn't received any reports of problems by schools administering a required standardized test
FWCS holding meeting to discuss ISTEP+ status
Fort Wayne Community Schools will be holding a meeting Friday morning at 11 to discuss the status of the ISTEP+ testing.