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Attucks, IU Health kick off fellowship for students

Crispus Attucks High School and Indiana University Health announced the first class of students in a health care fellowship that could lead to a...

Ivy Tech welcomes new chancellor

Though he’s a native of the Mississippi Delta, Lorenzo Esters has been a valuable part of the Indianapolis community for years. In the nearly...

IPS approves plan to move 600 students to IndyGo for transportation services

Indianapolis Public Schools will transition about 600 high school students from yellow bus service to IndyGo starting next school year, another step in the...

Tech Company Qualifi is Streamlining Hiring Practices

by Kara Kavensky Diving into tech entrepreneurship takes grit and guts, with a heavy dose of optimism. The team at Qualifi certainly fits this description....

‘Deceived’: Indianapolis charter school pitch left out lawsuits, touted questionable college degree

By STEPHANIE WANG To launch a “transformational” middle school in an overlooked eastside neighborhood, Indianapolis charter advocates turned to a man students call Coach T. For...

ELEVEN FIFTY ACADEMY AND IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE PARTNER TO ACCELERATE YOUR TECH CAREER

by Kara Kavensky Ivy Tech Community College has teamed up with Eleven Fifty Academy to create the “Accelerate Your Tech Career” (ATC) program, which is...

Bloom Project to honor ‘kings’ at virtual event

The Bloom Project will honor four high school seniors during a virtual event at 4 p.m. April 18. The students — or kings, as the...

Eleven Fifty receives grant from Lilly Endowment

Eleven Fifty Academy received a $5 million Enhancing Opportunity in Indianapolis grant from Lilly Endowment. Eleven Fifty Academy is partnering with Eastern Star Church, Goodwill...

Using Tech For Upward Mobility: Kaylea Britton

by Kara Kavensky Kaylea Britton never imagined herself as a software engineer when she was a child. Her earliest memory of career ambition was when she...

Indianapolis Public Schools struggles to recruit racially diverse staff, review shows

By AARICKA WASHINGTON Indianapolis Public Schools’ percentage of employee applicants of color has declined, according to a recent audit of recruitment and retention presented to...

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