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Glenda Ritz defeated by Republican challenger in upset

For the second time in four years, a political newcomer has unexpectedly triumphed over the incumbent in the race for Indiana state superintendent.Republican Jennifer...

IPS board members reject pointed critiques from challengers seeking to unseat them

A Wednesday candidate forum hosted by the Central Library and presented in partnership with Chalkbeat Indiana, WFYI Public Media and the Indianapolis Recorder, was...

With new approach, one high school cut suspensions in half

When Jessika Quinn started as a freshman at Manual High School, student fights were so common that she grew accustomed to the sound of...

IPS Board gears up for race, outgoing member reflects on term

On Oct. 5, the men and women vying for seats on the Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) Board of Commissioners will have an opportunity to...

Recorder, Chalkbeat, WFYI hold IPS School Board Forum

How could the upcoming school board election for Indianapolis PublicSchools shift the direction of the district?Join WFYI, Chalkbeat Indiana and the Indianapolis Recorder for a"Conversation...

How charters became the most segregated schools in Indianapolis

When Kabrina Merriweather was an elementary student in Indianapolis Public Schools, her school was diverse, and so were her friendships — her three closest...
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