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KIPP Indy Legacy High School graduating first class of seniors

The first graduating class of KIPP Indy Legacy High School is set to walk across the stage next month.

Lawmakers give $5 million to Martin University in state budget

The majority caucus unveiled their state budget proposal (House Bill 1001) with a final decision to give Martin University $5 million.

Indiana Legislators debate $10 million proposal for Martin University

Governor Eric Holcomb proposed $10 million to Indiana's only predominantly Black serving institution, Martin University, as part of his agenda and state budget. The Senate Committee on Appropriations wanted to allocate those funds to all schools. 

What Schools Need to Know About the Black Male Teacher Experience. Part 1 

Mr. Davis is a little late today but still makes it to his room on time to greet his students at the door. Mr....

Principals of color connect to improve student achievement

MelanatED Leaders, a non-profit organization that caters to education leaders of color in Indianapolis, has established a cohort of dedicated principals known as Ocelotl...

Hands-on Black History Two Hours Away

Travel doesn’t have to be expensive, and it does not have to be far away. My husband and I were in a conundrum as...

Read Black Poetry During National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month. As a former English teacher, I know that poetry is not everyone’s favorite genre. Students simply love it, or...

U.S. Department of Education aims to prevent exclusion of transgender athletes

The U.S. Department of Education released a proposal for new regulations regarding the participation of transgender student athletes in school sponsored sports. The proposed regulations...

KFC employees can receive 100% tuition paid for degree through online university

An employee who works for a participating franchise is qualified on the day that they start employment at KFC to receive full tuition to start or complete any degree.

House Bill could automatically enroll eligible students into 21st Century Scholars program

House Bill 1449 is currently making its rounds in the Indiana Statehouse. The bipartisan Bill would automatically enroll eligible students into the 21st Century...


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