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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority awards nearly $600K in student scholarships

Nearly 400 college students have received scholarships totaling $578,00 from local Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority graduate chapters. The sorority’s eight Indiana chapters collectively awarded...

IPS Newcomer School prepares immigrant, refugee students

A school on Indianapolis’ west side is helping more than 300 immigrant and refugee students who have recently arrived in the United States enter...

Ivy League schools examining admission policies to balance diversity efforts with Supreme Court ruling

This summer, the Supreme Court ruled that race could not be used as a factor in the college admission process. The ruling technically impacts...

Hamilton Southeastern Superintendent Yvonne Stokes resigns following a tumultuous period

By ERIC WEDDLE Yvonne Stokes stepped down as superintendent of Hamilton Southeastern Schools Wednesday, following a tumultuous period of divisive politics that have splintered the...

Mentors needed to support 21st Century Scholars

The 21st Century Scholars Program covers two-year or four-year in-state college tuition for eligible students. However, less than 50% of eligible students actually enrolled...

KIPP Indy powering the literacy journey 

Cummins Foundation and CARE (Cummins Advocating for Racial Equity) initiative, Cummins Inc. has partnered with KIPP Indy Public Schools to improve reading among K-3 grade students in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood. 

Lawrence Township breaks ground on new administration building

The ninth largest and fastest growing school district in Indiana broke ground on a new $20 million administration building Sept. 8. The Metropolitan School...

The Biden administration suggests strategies to maintain diversity post-Affirmative Action ruling

The Biden administration has released guidance for colleges and universities wishing to maintain diversity in their admission practices. The release comes on the heels...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: It’s a bad system, not bad students!

The number one problem that parents face with public education is the lack of focus on teaching the whole child. In most public-school districts,...

Preparing for college and beyond: The Center for Leadership Development’s 16th annual College Prep Conference 

The Center for Leadership Development is hosting its 16th annual College Prep Conference. The event will take place Sept. 16 from 9:00 a.m.- 4:30...


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