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IndyPL kicks off annual summer reading program

Ready, set, read! The Indianapolis Public Library’s annual summer reading program has officially begun. The 2023 summer reading program, open to kids, teens and adults,...

Spirit of Freedom demonstration event shares Black stories from the Civil War

Civic and community leaders from across Indianapolis gathered at Crown Hill Cemetery to participate in the 25th annual Spirit of Freedom event, which celebrates African American soldiers who fought during the Civil War.

25th annual “Spirit of Freedom” demonstration at Crown Hill Cemetery

Civic and community leaders from across Indianapolis gathered May 9 to participate in the 25th annual “Spirit of Freedom” event which celebrates African-American soldiers who fought during the Civil War.

IPS students receive e-resource cards

Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) students now have access to a plethora of digital resources thanks to e-resource cards each student will receive. The e-resource card...

IPS consistently faces multimillion-dollar gap in special education funding

Indianapolis Public Schools faced a $20.5 million gap in funding for special education for the 2020-21 school year. The year before that, it was...

IPS to require masks for all students and staff

Indianapolis Public Schools will require all students and staff to wear masks when school starts Aug. 2, reversing previous guidance that masks were optional...

IPS proved resilient and ready during 2020-21 school year

The pandemic represented perhaps the greatest single challenge that schools in this country have faced in a single year. At Indianapolis Public Schools, we...

IPS gets feedback on how to spend emergency relief funds

Indianapolis Public Schools hosted a series of town halls recently, where parents and other education advocates shared what they think the district should do...

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...

IPS honors Dr. King

Rev. Dr. Carlos Perkins, pastor of Bethel Cathedral AME Church, will be the keynote speaker for the Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) 40th annual tribute...
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