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EdGems with Educator Barnes: Black in the Suburbs: A Parent’s Perspective

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper will host the virtual education series “Black in the Suburbs: A Parent's Perspective” live at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 26 on...

IPS honors Dr. King

Rev. Dr. Carlos Perkins, pastor of Bethel Cathedral AME Church, will be the keynote speaker for the Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) 40th annual tribute...

Virtual forum: Racism is a Public Health Crisis

The Greater Indianapolis NAACP Branch and the Indianapolis Recorder will host an educational forum — "Racism is a Public Health Crisis" — at 6...

2020 Year in Review: Families spent 2020 navigating abrupt changes in education

Many of the families whose children attend K-12 schools in Marion County had only a little more than 12 hours of formal notice that...

Three ways to support students’ mental health during COVID-19

While COVID-19 has brought health concerns for people of all ages, it has especially brought concern for children’s emotional well-being. The Centers for Disease...

PLA University: brings workforce development program for Phalen Leadership Academies’ families

Special to the Recorder A new workforce development program is underway to respond to the growing economic challenges faced by Indy’s underserved communities. PLA University...

AfterSchool HQ bridges the gap between program providers and Indiana families

Today’s students are in need of structure and opportunities for growth as they navigate this unprecedented climate of uncertainty. Not only are K-12 students...

E-learning sites fill critical gap while school is virtual

The 60 students who get e-learning help at KIPP Indy’s elementary and middle school on East 30th Street are a small batch of the...

Career training helps Hoosiers without degrees find ‘hope’ during COVID

As a dying wish to her mother, 48-year-old Winona Parker vowed to get her high school diploma.  It would take the Indianapolis woman four years,...

Possibility of student loan debt forgiveness gets borrowers excited

William Horton felt like he did all of the right things to get ready for college. He had an academic plan, started a warehouse...


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