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IPS superintendent talks equity in state of the district address

In the State of the District Address on Sept. 20, Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Aleesia Johnson gave an update on the Rebuilding Stronger Plan that had previously faced criticism from educators and families.

IPS Newcomer School prepares immigrant, refugee students

A school on Indianapolis’ west side is helping more than 300 immigrant and refugee students who have recently arrived in the United States enter...

Two IPS students can receive full-ride scholarships to Marian University

Marian University received a donation of $2.5 million from the late John “Jack” and Phyllis Sullivan, dedicated to creating educational opportunities for graduates of Indianapolis Public Schools.

Black and Latino families plead for unity, focus on students 

This week, the Indianapolis Public School (IPS) Board of Commissioners sued the State of Indiana claiming the district is exempt from a law that...

School is back in session. Here are Marion County start dates

More than 75,000 Marion County students head back to school in July, weeks before the vast majority of the nation’s children. Schools in Wayne,...

Arsenal Technical High School receives upgrades and renovations

Faculty, staff and students returning to Arsenal Technical High School next week will see differences in their athletic, media and culinary arts departments.

Countdown to the classroom: IPS welcomes students with back-to-school event

Indianapolis Public Schools kicked off the new school year with their annual back-to-school carnival.

New adult high school set to open on the southeast side

Paul I. Miller School 114 said goodbye to the elementary students who graced their doors on the last Thursday of the school year.

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.

IPS unveils new leadership under Rebuilding Stronger Plan

The Indianapolis Public School District (IPS) is moving quickly to put its Rebuilding Stronger Plan into action. The district announced changes to school leadership just days after voters approved a $410 million capital referendum in the Marion County Primary Elections.
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