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How mentoring can make a difference

To the rest of the world, he’s Deon Blake, a high school senior trying to get all of his college applications done in time...

‘His calling was to love’: Arnold Mickens lives on in football record books and classrooms

The story of Arnold Mickens will almost certainly start with the things he could do on a football field. It was special, first at...

Indianapolis scholarship pays off college bills, giving students another shot at a degree

By STEPHANIE WANG Chalkbeat Indiana Tapiwa Mzumara felt stuck. She was tired of working long hours at a shoe store in the mall, earning just enough...

Dr. Flora out at Pike Township, school board picks interim superintendent

By ERIC WEDDLE and ELIZABETH GABRIEL Flora Reichanadter is no longer the superintendent of Pike Township Schools following months of parent and teacher criticism over...

Report: Half of eligible students don’t enroll in 21st Century Scholars

About 40% of high school graduates are financially eligible to enroll in a state program that offers up to four years of paid college...

Think tank at Butler University connects students with community

When Gabby Douglas took a social sciences class with Butler University professor Dr. Siobhan McEvoy-Levy, she felt a connection to the professor and the...

IPS moves some schools to e-learning for rest of the week

IPS high schools and stand-alone middle schools will move to full remote learning from Jan. 13-14 because of staffing limitations. Middle schools that will go...

Local NAACP to file report with departments of Education, Justice on blackface incident at Center Grove

The local NAACP chapter plans to file a report with the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Justice about concerns of "cultural...

Year in Review: Education moved closer to normal but still comes with plenty of stress

The K-12 education scene looked much closer to normal in 2021 than it did in 2020, but along with that came other struggles, namely...

Jones: Impressions of schooling

My mother is a fierce warrior for education. She is not a teacher or principal. She has never worked in the State House or...

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