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6 ways Indianapolis Public Schools will be different when buildings reopen

Holcomb applied for $61M in relief for schools. Here are 3 things to know.

How the politics behind rural internet access leave parts of Indiana ‘in the dark ages’

The disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak has jolted new urgency into the promise of internet connectivity in parts of rural Indiana.

Thousands of Indianapolis students don’t have internet. An ambitious plan could help.

Indianapolis community leaders are looking at creating a citywide internet network for students.

Indiana high school graduations bring pomp to unprecedented circumstances

Gary schools’ takeover manager needs to fix finances. But what about the ‘academic crisis’?

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I’m a former district leader. Here’s what Indiana schools will need to reopen with confidence.

With IREAD canceled this year, some Indiana educators push to get rid of it for good

Pandemic benefits go out for 600,000 Indiana children missing meals at school

Ex-leader of IPS teachers union sentenced to prison for embezzlement

Indiana releases more data on 2019 A-F grades — with new insight into student growth

As Indiana families head back to work, a $15 million fund aims to make child care safer

Indiana rejects guidance from DeVos to reroute more coronavirus relief to private schools

Indianapolis Public Schools will hold virtual graduations due to COVID-19 pandemic

Indianapolis educators fear homeless students will ‘fall off the radar’

Indiana districts want to reach more students with online summer school, but face hurdles

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Fall enrollment slows at Indianapolis charter and choice schools amid coronavirus

Rowdy video calls and grading in a parking lot: How the coronavirus changed teaching in Indiana

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You can’t help others if you’re not taking care of yourself, Indiana school social worker says

Indiana won’t decide whether to reopen schools until July at the earliest, Holcomb says

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IPS is in a stable financial position for now, but it could be hard hit by a recession

State charter board will require Indianapolis schools to use Enroll Indy

What if students don’t come back? Indiana schools pitch a radical way to protect their budgets

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How Indianapolis teachers are moving lessons from the classroom to TV

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Donations aim to bridge gaps for 39,000 Indianapolis students without internet

Will Indiana continue remote learning next fall? Holcomb says a decision may come soon

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Indiana school districts seeking referendums in June face higher stakes, steeper challenges

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This Indiana charter school was named one of the nation’s top high schools

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‘Just as important as I-69 being paved’: McCormick calls on state, not schools, to solve internet access gaps

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Even after Indiana schools reopen, it could take time to get back to normal, McCormick says

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Three-day weeks and no grades: Here’s what some Indiana remote learning plans look like

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What happens if coronavirus closures extend into the fall? Indiana schools are already preparing.

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