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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...

Former IPS board member shares thoughts on tenure, future of district

I want to start off by saying that I had the opportunity to visit two schools recently – both Longfellow and the Simon Youth...

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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