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Culinary cookoff celebrating family, fun and food

You could find kids, families and food inside the gymnasium of Brookside School 54 Thursday, April 11 for their 3rd annual culinary cook off.

Community college can be a gateway to a 4-year degree. But Indiana has one of the worst success rates in the nation.

By DYLAN PEERS MCCOY Community colleges are often touted as an affordable start for students who aim to earn four-year degrees. And it’s for good...

New statewide grant aims to expand supplemental literacy and math instruction using evidence-based strategies

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) today announced the recipients of the Expanding What Works grant, a new opportunity designed to increase access to...

Stand and deliver: Parents petition IPS for equity in education

Parents, families and Stand for Children Indiana presented a petition requesting that the IPS Board of School Commissioners focus on growing top schools for Black and brown students at a press conference on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024.

Intervention, not retention: Education advocates support enhancements to reading skills bill

Senate Bill 1 would require retention of third grade students who do not meet reading proficiency on the state test. Education advocates support enhancements...

Lead poisoning affecting literacy rates in Indianapolis

Indianapolis NAACP conducted lead testing in city schools and found shocking results. (Photo/provided by Gary Holland)

Indiana 2023 high school graduation rate climbs, but trails decade high

By ERIC WEDDLE More Indiana students earned diplomas from high schools in 2023 than the previous year but the graduation rate lags behind the high...

Bank of America Student Leaders program applications now open through Jan. 17 

As high school students think about their future career and plan for summer internships, Bank of America’s Student Leaders program is a great option for teens who want to gain early experience and the tools and resources to join the workforce. 

Court of honor: Another Eagle Scout joins the ranks  

Another young man was honored as an Eagle Scout Nov. 4 at the Edna Martin Christian Center Legacy Campus & KIPP Academy.  

Community holds prayer vigil for 15-year-old KIPP Indy student

Sunday, Nov. 5 members of KIPP staff, Edna Martin and the community at large gathered on Hovey Street – located around the corner of KIPP Indy Legacy High School – to pray for the recent events involving teens and gun violence.  
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