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What’s next for the proposed new Indiana high school diplomas that focus on workplace readiness

Hoosiers still have time to weigh in on the state’s proposals for new high school diploma requirements as the Indiana State Board of Education...

IPS announces new principal at School 87 after fallout from abuse allegations against teacher

Indianapolis Public Schools has hired a new principal at George Washington Carver School 87 following an outcry over the school’s culture and administrators’ handling of allegations that...

Tindley Accelerated Schools’ former CEO is charged with defrauding the charter network

By Aleksandra Appleton and Amelia Pak-Harvey The former CEO of an Indianapolis charter network is accused of defrauding its schools by working with two other individuals...

Indiana expands tutoring grants to more students and increases the maximum state funding

By JADE THOMAS Indiana is expanding its grant program for tutoring that it launched last fall to cover middle school students, as well as...

How Indiana plans to boost pre-K enrollment without increasing state funding

By BARB BERGGOETZ Indiana will not increase state funding for its youngest learners in the next two years, but thanks to federal stimulus funds, has...

Fewer than one-third of IPS students meet growth targets for math

Only 39% of Indianapolis Public Schools students met expectations for growth in English last fall, and just 31% met them in math, test results...

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...
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