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Schools, nonprofits use grant to add materials centered around racial equity

Indiana Humanities recently gave more than $70,000 in grants to 77 schools, libraries, universities and nonprofits across Indiana to expand their collections that are...

IPS board unanimously approves massive overhaul to close schools, change grades

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL WFYI The Indianapolis Public Schools board unanimously approved a plan Nov. 18 to overhaul the district by closing six school buildings, changing...

Purdue Polytechnic denied charter to open Pike Township high school

By ERIC WEDDLE WFYI One of the city’s most popular charter schools was denied a request to open a new Marion County location during a...

Hope Hampton wins only contested IPS school board race

Three new members were approved by voters Nov. 8 to join the Indianapolis Public Schools Board in January. Hope Hampton won with nearly 56% of the District 3 vote, the sole contested IPS race.

PAC led by former Indy mayor Bart Peterson gives big to pro-charter school candidates

by Casey Smith, Indiana Capital Chronicle October 31, 2022 Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings has donated more than $1 million to an Indiana political action...

IPS may ask voters to approve $810M in referendums to fund reorganization plan

Indianapolis Public Schools released the final version of the district’s contentious reorganizing plan and could ask voters to approve two tax referendums totaling more...

Patel: With children, let’s stay at it as we learn, grow and be better together

It is with profound gratitude that I have served as executive director of Teach For America Indianapolis these past six years. What a privilege...

Foster Grandparent Program enriches the lives of students and seniors

The Foster Grandparent Program gives people 55 and older the opportunity to mentor and tutor children for at least 15 hours a week. The program, not to be mistaken with foster parents, typically serves children 6 weeks old to 18 years old.

New Palestine student disciplined for racist ‘monkey’ slurs toward Pike volleyball team

A New Palestine high schooler has been disciplined after making racial slurs toward the Metropolitan School District of Pike Township’s volleyball players last week. Multiple...

Martin University announces tuition decrease for undergraduate and graduate students

Starting in January 2023 students at Martin University can expect a 45% decrease in undergraduate tuition and a 42% decrease in graduate tuition, along with the potential to have up to $10,000 from their previous account balance forgiven.


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