The heat over Indiana's new religious objections law spread Friday across social media and to the White House as many local officials and business groups around the state tried to jump in and stem the fallout.
By Jeni O'Malley, Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS — President Barack Obama's proposal to make two years of college free will get a key test Friday as he travels to Indiana, a red state where making college more affordable and increasing graduation rates are squarely in the…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The federal government is recognizing same-sex marriages in seven more states. The states are Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, Colorado and Nevada.
By Jon Marcus, The Hechinger Report
Indiana is ahead of many other states in widely broadcasting public universities’ and colleges’ success rates as part of an attempt to force rates up.
By Domenico Montanaro
In Mississippi tonight, a veteran lawmaker could be knocked off by a rebel primary challenger. If that sounds familiar, that’s because it is. Before Sen. Thad Cochran, 76, who is at risk of losing tonight, there was Sen. Richard Lugar…
By PBS NewsHour
By Kyla Calvert Mason
Indiana has become the first state to drop the Common Core standards for teaching math and English in public schools.
By April Brown
It’s hard not to smile and move to the beat when you see Katie McLiver’s first grade classroom dancing to some of their favorite songs. The students at Fox Hill Elementary School in suburban Indianapolis do the “Sid Shuffle” with…
The Indiana Supreme Court upheld a law allowing taxpayer money to be used for private schools through vouchers. Hari Sreenivasan examines the implications with Kevin Chavous, executive counsel for American Federation for Children, which promotes vouchers, and Dennis van Roekel,…
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