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Biden administration introduces new student loan repayment plan

The Biden-Harris administration has introduced a new income-driven student loan repayment plan. The program, known as Saving on a Valuable Education or SAVE, is designed...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: Changing the rules of engagement! 

We can’t continue to reimagine what teaching and learning looks like in public schools without reassessing how we engage parents, families and communities within...

RISE INDY’s Freedom Readers, transforming parents into powerful literacy tutors

Empowering communities and nurturing young minds through literacy, RISE INDY’s Freedom Readers program certifies parents and guardians to tutor their K-8 children at home.

‘Under the Skin: The Hidden Toll of Racism on American Lives and on the Health of our Nation’ 

On Sept. 19, the Indy Chapter of the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) is hosting a networking, Q&A, book signing and give-a-way. 

New library branch opens on Indy’s east side

Indianapolis Public Library has branches across the city; however, some areas still have a service gap. On Saturday, Aug. 19, the Fort Ben Branch, located...

Arkansas becomes the second state to drop AP African American studies course

Arkansas has essentially removed the new Advanced Placement (AP) African American Studies course from its schools. AP courses offer a higher level of work to...

Two IPS students can receive full-ride scholarships to Marian University

Marian University received a donation of $2.5 million from the late John “Jack” and Phyllis Sullivan, dedicated to creating educational opportunities for graduates of Indianapolis Public Schools.

Black and Latino families plead for unity, focus on students 

This week, the Indianapolis Public School (IPS) Board of Commissioners sued the State of Indiana claiming the district is exempt from a law that...

The EduVerse with ProfessorJBA: The state of Black learning 2023

I’ve seen many things change over my 19 years in education; from chalkboards to dry erase boards, textbooks to tablets, public schools to public...

Indiana students’ reading scores have barely changed in three years, new IREAD results show

By ALEKSANDRA APPLETON and JADE THOMAS  This story was originally published by Chalkbeat. Sign up for their newsletters at ckbe.at/newsletters. Indiana students’ reading scores have been virtually...


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