a group of first-generation college students in graduation gowns, throwing their caps in the air

Here’s how Indiana is closing the achievement gap

Indiana State University’s commitment to low-income students is making dramatic progress

Nearly every state has put renewed emphasis on ensuring that more adults get a college degree, with Indiana as a shining example. According to a report from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, the achievement gap between low-income and other student populations in the Hoosier State has narrowed by more than half and is projected to close completely by 2025. Much of the credit for this turnaround
Subscribe to Read More

Are You an Educator?

Get Free online access to all our news and resources

  • eSchool Media Contributors