WFYI Education News

Does Indiana Have A State-Funded Pre-K Program? National Group Doesn't Think So

The National Institute for Early Education Research says On My Way Pre-K no longer meets its definition of a state...

IDOE: Teacher Shortage Areas Undermine State Education Priorities

Indiana's teacher shortage includes science and career-technical education classes both subjects many state...

Purdue Autism Research Center Expands, Allows For Additional Federal Funding

The center designation allows Purdue University to receive additional federal funding from the National Institutes...

Washington Township Teachers Push For More Funding, No Guns In Schools

Teachers say the Red for Ed rally comes as a final push for additional funding during the last week of the...

SkillsUSA Indiana Hosts Statewide Technical Training Competition

More than 800 Indiana high schoolers competed in 79 events ranging from cosmetology to carpentry to coding.

Youth Summit Addresses Substance Abuse Prevention

Dozens of Indiana students attended a substance abuse prevention summit at the Statehouse. The event highlighted the...

IPS Pushes Lawmakers For Route To Sell Broad Ripple High School, Closed Schools

Indianapolis Public Schools officials have pushed lawmakers to change a catch-all charter school bill. They say it...

Notre Dame University Donating $100K To Renovation Of Paris Cathedral

The president of the University of Notre Dame says the school will donate $100,000 toward the renovation of Paris...

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