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New partnership brings more tech opportunities

Renewed efforts to bring more tech engagement to our community are underway: InnoPower, Rooted School (Rooted), the Indianapolis Recorder and Eleven Fifty Academy have...

New Indiana law puts pressure on high schools to reduce home-school withdrawals

One in five Indiana high schools are facing scrutiny that could lead to lower graduation rates because they marked a large number of students...

EdGems: Black in the Suburbs

This week, Educator Barnes will be back with another episode of EdGems. EdGems gives viewers the opportunity to learn from educational leaders and educational...

Meet the director of equity and inclusion at Washington Township Schools

This school year, the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township school board hired Dr. Erica Buchanan-Rivera to fill the newly created position of director...

Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Indianapolis celebrates student leaders

From missing out on rites of passage such as prom and homecoming football games to adapting to virtual learning, Indianapolis students have given up...

When Indianapolis schools are going back to virtual learning

All Indianapolis K-12 schools must return to virtual learning by Nov. 30 as part of an effort to slow the spread of the latest...

EdGems: Bringing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Work to Life

Educator Barnes returns with another episode of EdGems. EdGems gives viewers the opportunity to learn from educational leaders and educational stakeholders with the goal...

IUPUI hopes to repay debt to community

On June 19, a group of IUPUI students, led by representatives of the Black Student Union (BSU), met on campus to voice their frustrations...

Longtime IPS board member dies

Hazel Stewart, an education advocate and longtime Indianapolis Public Schools board member, died Oct. 28. She was 88. Stewart served as the IPS commissioner for...

IPS superintendent discusses equity, COVID-19 during ‘State of the District’

Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Aleesia Johnson reiterated the district’s promises to students and families during the 2020 “State of the District” on Oct. 28. Much...

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