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Fewer than one-third of IPS students meet growth targets for math

Only 39% of Indianapolis Public Schools students met expectations for growth in English last fall, and just 31% met them in math, test results...

Ariel Crawley, a Community Champion Encouraging Women to Enter Tech Careers

When Ariel Crawley moved to Indianapolis her freshman year of high school from Austin, Texas, she wanted to move back to Texas immediately because...

Scholarship opportunity for local African American college students

Local college students have an opportunity to receive a $2,500 grant and nine months of leadership development training through the Leading Excellence & Amplifying...

Challenges child care and early learning workers face during the pandemic

The coronavirus, COVID-19, has created a time in our history for taking serious safety precautions and guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control...

Temperature kiosks could make return to school safer

School administrators have a lot to worry about as students begin going back to classrooms for in-person learning. Wearing masks, social distancing, paying attention...

HSE superintendent tells staff to treat Black Lives Matter as political movement

Hamilton Southeastern Schools Superintendent Allen Bourff stirred controversy by telling district staff to treat Black Lives Matter as a political movement. He apologized in...

Adult learners find their place in a pandemic

Tosin Ajayi has always loved working with computers. She’s amazed by technology in general because in Nigeria, where Ajayi lived until 2009, access was...

‘The very problem is the solution’: Researchers want more Black women in STEM

Black women are sorely underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math, otherwise known as STEM. Black women, who represent about 6.5% of the country’s population,...

IPS evaluating its police department

Indianapolis Public Schools is nearing the end of a study of its police department before going to the school board with potential recommendations. The district...

Push for ‘patriotic education’ can go on without Trump

Dominic Day woke up the day after Inauguration Day and breathed a sigh of relief when he saw one of Joe Biden’s first acts...

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