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February 12, 2016
In private school, she had a far different experience than her brothers in public school
Shanae Staples was a founding staffer at Enlace Academy and the co-founder of Kindezi Academy, a new school that will launch next fall in an IPS building.
September 9, 2015
Half of Indianapolis charter schools scored lower than IPS on ISTEP in 2014
Of the 18 charter schools operating in the city that took ISTEP last year, about half fell below the IPS districtwide average of 51.6 percent passing.
August 25, 2015
IPS board gives blessing to house Global Prep charter school
Superintendent Lewis Ferebee got the go-ahead from the school board to negotiate a deal with charter school developer Mariama Carson to put the school in an IPS building.
July 28, 2015
Indiana charter schools miss out on funding formula boost for English learners
In the new state budget, districts where English language learners make up at least 25 percent of students can qualify for extra aid, but not if they're a charter school.
May 12, 2015
Kenyan private schools inspire $100,000 idea for Indianapolis
The teams will spend the next year or two years developing ideas and could eventually operate an IPS school.
April 22, 2015
Charter innovations show promising results for teaching language
As the number of English language learners in Indianapolis charter schools swells, some schools are becoming beacons for a fast-growing Latino population.
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