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Martin University to hold a college prep rally on Saturday, Jan. 27

Includes On-Site Admissions, Vendors, Halftime Performance & Financial Literacy/College Prep Panel INDIANAPOLIS – In a unique opportunity for high school students and their families to...

The community lost a giant and Heaven gained an angel

As the Indianapolis community grieves the physical presence of Queen Mother Mashaiki Jywanza, who transitioned this life on January 1, 2024, there is joy...

Lead poisoning affecting literacy rates in Indianapolis

Indianapolis NAACP conducted lead testing in city schools and found shocking results. (Photo/provided by Gary Holland)

Indiana 2023 high school graduation rate climbs, but trails decade high

By ERIC WEDDLE More Indiana students earned diplomas from high schools in 2023 than the previous year but the graduation rate lags behind the high...

Report details ‘discriminatory censorship’ laws targeting schools and students

By LEE V. GAINES At least 21 states and 145 school districts or other local governments have embraced what two legal scholars describe as discriminatory...

UIndy tackles teacher shortage with new campaign

Marion County schools, like many communities across the nation, face a growing teacher shortage. Empty classrooms and stretched resources paint a concerning picture, but...

Pacers Haliburton, Toppin give back to the far eastside just in time for the holidays

December is a time for giving, and Pacers stars Tyrese Haliburton and Obi Toppin took that message to heart this year by teaming up...

Wabash College helping Crawfordsville community nonprofits

Wabash College plans to provide support to Montgomery County’s nonprofit agencies thanks to a $25 million grant from Indiana’s Lilly Endowment.

An alternative to suspension: Indiana Math and Science Academy launches Restorative Justice program

The Indiana Math and Science Academy North has introduced an alternative to out-of-school suspension. Its Restorative Justice program launched fall 2023 with an original...

Preschool donates canned goods to local organizations 

Primrose schools across Indianapolis donated 10,057 canned goods to local organizations on a mission to feed families this holiday season.  


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