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IPS erases $18 million deficit — but needs to keep cutting

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Indianapolis Public Schools will publicly post federal relief-fund spending

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Tutoring, tech support, therapy: How parents want IPS to spend millions in COVID aid

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Push for $40,000 minimum teacher salary in Indiana puts pressure on rural districts

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Families raise safety concerns over busing cuts for 2,600 Indianapolis Public Schools students

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New Indiana budget proposal scales back private school voucher expansion

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How cash-strapped Indiana schools plan to spend federal coronavirus stimulus money

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Voucher expansion, education savings account plan could cost Indiana $100 million

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Leading Indiana lawmaker vows to fully fund schools’ virtual learning

IPS drop in enrollment leads to budget shortfall

$1 million for hand sanitizer: Indianapolis leaders size up costs of reopening schools

Indiana’s K-12 schools won’t face state funding cuts, Holcomb says

Despite coronavirus challenges, Indiana school referendums receive broad support

Results trickle in on election night for Indiana districts seeking referendums

Washington Township seeks largest school construction referendum in Indiana history

Potential partnership sours as charter leader opposes South Bend school referendums

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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

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

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

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Indiana teachers fought for better pay. The coronavirus could mean cutbacks instead.

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Federal stimulus money is coming to Indiana schools. Jennifer McCormick says it isn’t as much as it seems

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How coronavirus school closures will affect pay for Indiana teachers, bus drivers, custodians

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Indiana lawmakers open a door for charter schools to share referendum funds

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Indianapolis Public Schools cancels busing Friday after ‘rogue’ drivers call in sick

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Amid pushback, Indiana lawmakers abandon restrictions on school referendums

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Will the Red For Ed teacher rally spur change in Indiana? Here are 5 things to watch.

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‘This can’t start and end today’: Thousands of teachers flood the Statehouse in Red For Ed rally

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Indianapolis Public Schools board signs off on $31 million in raises for teachers, support staff

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Teachers, we want to hear from you: Will you rally at the Indiana Statehouse on Nov. 19?

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5 things to know about school referendums in Indiana

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IPS teachers could see raises as high as $9,400 under tentative contract deal

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Indiana lawmakers look for better ways to identify students living in poverty