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From Sept. 25 to 29, 36 colleges and universities in the state will have no application fee.
Superintendent Aleesia Johnson used her speech to invite Indianapolis families to consider the district’s offerings.
Researchers say CTE programs should be multifaceted, offering students opportunities to explore career paths, connections to employers, and paths to a two-year degree.
It’s the second Indianapolis charter school in less than a year that has announced a sudden closure after the school year started.
Schools must replace methods of literacy instruction that use three-cueing within the next year.
The virtual tutoring can vary from school to school, and can be used to fill vacant positions, offer academic interventions, or provide SAT prep.
The Indiana attorney general argues that the exemption to the state’s so-called $1 law only applies to districts that share funds from ballot questions passed after May 10, 2023.
Herron Prep Academy is one of three schools in the Herron Classical Schools charter network, all three of which are part of the Indianapolis Public Schools autonomous Innovation Network.
A MOU with Indianapolis Public Schools provides groundwork for community involvement at School 43, which has long had a network of community partners eager to help the floundering school.
As the number of English language learners grows in the state, Perry Township tries a new diploma track.
Get regular updates about Indianapolis Public Schools board meetings, and text Chalkbeat your questions.
The opening of the three schools means charters’ footprint in the city will continue to grow.
The Culturally Responsive and Equitable Education Committee is the district’s latest equity initiative.
A 2020 facilities review found that Indianapolis Public Schools had over $1 billion in deferred maintenance needs.