67.7 F
Monday, April 15, 2024



NBA players will show Indiana high school basketball stars the path to professional and personal success during NBA All-Star Weekend in Indianapolis

IU Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy and the Mothers of ProfessionalBasketball Players, Inc., are hosting an event on Feb. 17 to support athletes...

EmpowerHER: Tackling Black maternal health disparities in Indianapolis

The nonprofit organization MelaMama Maternal Wellness hosted the “EmpowerHER: Navigating Black Maternal Health” event in collaboration with IU Health’s infant and maternal health team on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024, at the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center in Indianapolis.

Bill clarifies exemption to law requiring districts to give closed buildings to charters for $1

By AMELIA PAK-HARVEY New legislation moving through the Indiana Statehouse could put an end to the legal battles over the controversial state law that requires...

Affordable Housing Initiative Helps Recruit, Retain Black Teachers in Education

INDIANAPOLIS: The Educate ME Foundation is assisting Black educators achieve homeownership through its Teacherville initiative. This program aims to reduce the barriers to homeownership...

Play coming to Indianapolis addressing health equity in Alzheimer’s care, research

A stage play bringing entertainment and awareness makes its way to Circle City this spring.  

The need for early childhood education teachers

Early Learning Indiana serves children across the state: 45% of the children it serves are Black and or African American; 2% report themselves as Asian or Asian American.

Hoosier hurdle: Indiana targets top ten in FAFSA completion

The Indiana Higher Education Commission announced their statewide 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion goal.

Three new members join Martin University’s Board of Trustees

Martin University is pleased to announce three new members have been elected to its Board of Trustees. The Board is comprised of community, corporate,...

Intervention, not retention: Education advocates support enhancements to reading skills bill

Senate Bill 1 would require retention of third grade students who do not meet reading proficiency on the state test. Education advocates support enhancements...

Application deadline approaching for Indiana teaching scholarships

The Indiana Higher Education Commission is encouraging all aspiring educators who plan to teach in Indiana to explore four of the state’s scholarship opportunities.


Upcoming Online Townhalls

- Advertisement -

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest local news.

Stay connected


Popular articles

- Advertisement -
Español + Translate »
Skip to content