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IPS board delays controversial operating referendum vote

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL WFYI News The Indianapolis Public Schools board of commissioners delayed its planned Jan. 28 vote on putting a $413.6 million operating property...

IPS board to vote on controversial tax referendum Saturday

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL WFYI News After mounting pressure from charter school advocates, leaders at Indianapolis Public Schools are close to sharing more property-tax revenue with charter...

There’s a new high school diploma for Indiana students with significant cognitive disabilities

 By ELIZABETH GABRIEL Students with significant cognitive disabilities can earn a new type of diploma this year intended to provide them with more opportunities after...

Program prepares previously incarcerated youth for environmental management jobs

A program through RecycleForce will provide training and placement in environmental jobs for previously incarcerated young adults throughout the state thanks to federal funding. The...

Reasons for HIM By HER charter school’s closure aren’t clear

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL WFYI Dozens of families recently gathered in the cafeteria of HIM By HER Collegiate School for the Arts as the clock ticks...

Charter schools want closing buildings. Does IPS have to give them up for $1?

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL WFYI School pride looks a little different at Victory College Prep, a K-12 charter school on the southeast side of Indianapolis. Each...

Year in Review:IPS ‘Rebuilding Stronger’ plan faced backlash

Indianapolis Public Schools’ ambitious restructuring plan, “Rebuilding Stronger,” isn’t fully across the finish line but has faced backlash from the community and incoming school...

HIM by HER Collegiate School for the Arts to close in January

HIM by HER Collegiate School for the Arts, a charter school in Martindale-Brightwood, announced Dec. 27 it will cease operations in January. In a letter...

Faculty: Purdue Northwest CEO must resign for racist remarks

HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — The faculty senate of Purdue University Northwest is demanding the resignation of CEO and Chancellor Thomas Keon after he mocked...

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