Indiana residents are finding earning a certificate or specialized credential offers a quick route to improve skills and secure high-demand jobs.
A new state report shows fewer Indiana high school graduates are enrolling in college.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has launched an initiative aimed at increasing student access to higher education for the state’s Hispanic and Latino residents.
Ivy Tech Community College is among four recipients that will receive a share of $255,000 in state grants designed to support adult learners at Indiana colleges and universities.
Fewer Indiana high school graduates are pursuing a college education but more students are taking advanced placement and dual credit courses suggesting they are better prepared for college, according to a new state report.