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IPS proposal: Make K-5 schools the norm, rewrite enrollment policies, close schools too

By ERIC WEDDLE WFYI Leaders at Indianapolis Public Schools on June 23 proposed a set of sweeping changes to elementary schools and student enrollment policies...

Here’s how IPS has spent its federal pandemic funding to date

By ALEKSANDRA APPLETON Chalkbeat Indiana Indianapolis Public Schools has spent around 10% of its federal COVID-19 funding to date, directing most of the money to...

Brown: 2022 CREDO study showcases progress of Indy charter, innovation schools

Stanford University’s Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) just released a new study on academic performance at Indianapolis K-12 charter, innovation network and...

Pike Township interim leader Larry Young to become school superintendent

By ERIC WEDDLE WFYI After a tumultuous year at the Metropolitan School District of Pike Township, a long-time administrator and graduate of the district is...

Indiana’s college going rate lowest in a generation

By DYLAN PEERS MCCOY WFYI Just 53% of Indiana high schoolers who graduated during the first year of the pandemic went straight to college, a...

Wilma Gibbs Moore fellows to study anti-Black racism in Indiana

The murder of George Floyd in May 2020 ignited Indiana Humanities to create an equity-focused fellowship in honor of one gifted storyteller. Each year a...

Financial literacy program to teach everything from budgeting to risk management

OneAmerica and the American College of Financial Services will launch a virtual financial literacy program in August. The program is available for anyone but...

Esters: College commencement: No sweeter reward

Like many colleges and universities around the world, Ivy Tech Community College Indianapolis recently celebrated its 2022 commencement ceremonies after two years of modified...

Carmel High School administration, BSA reach ‘positive resolution’

After a mixup with the redesign of the 2021 yearbook that excluded the Black Student Association (BSA), Carmel High School administration, Pinnacle staff and...

Education company trying to increase participation in after-school programs

Picture Darye Henry and San Pathak at a family gathering, off in a corner strategizing. Henry and Pathak are brothers-in-law, but they’re also co-founders...

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