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Junior Achievement helps address education gap during COVID-19 crisis: JA online curriculum inspires kids to focus on the future

There is no doubt that thousands of local families and children, especially students of color and low-income populations, face unjust barriers to a quality...

Indianapolis Public Library offering resources during pandemic

In light of the recent announcement that the rest of the academic school year will be conducted online, Indianapolis Public Library is providing a...

Virtual town hall: Teaching your children during COVID-19

The Indianapolis Recorder will host a virtual town hall at 7 p.m. April 16 about continuing your child's education at home during the COVID-19...

DACA-mented students face hurdles to education

She was at the top of her class, a model student with dreams of becoming a lawyer. Her high school teacher bragged that she...

IU students learn dance, culture in Cuba

More than 2,000 creatives — from artists and musicians to actors and magicians — take over the streets of Cuba each year during a...

Mandela Fellows visit Indianapolis

Recently, a group of 25 young leaders from sub-Saharan Africa visited Indiana for a six-week civic leadership institute. The group, which consists of academics,...

Letter to the Editor: Mind Trust Response

We certainly appreciate all individuals who applaud educator diversity, in Indianapolis.  We too, think it is absolutely necessary that there be many more educators...

Educational innovation: Math teacher creates film to teach students STEM

Careers in STEM fields remain in high demand, but few applicants have the qualifications necessary to snag a well-paying STEM job. According to a...

A sad day for IPS

There are countless emotions tied to Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS), and even more emotions now associated with the district due to the proposal to...

Gov. Holcomb signs Ethnic Studies bill into law

As of July 1, all Indiana high schools will be required to offer ethnic and racial studies as an elective course at least once...
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Citizens Police Complaint Office Community Conversation

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper will host a virtual discussion with the Citizens Police Complaint Office at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 30 on Facebook.

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Recorder celebrates 125 years, commitment to community remains the same

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When 38-year-old Chelsea Reed last spoke to her mother — while she was living inside the Rosewalk Village of Indianapolis on the...

Cook Medical supplier facility coming to northeast side

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