TOY Includes Cultural Consciousness in Studies Grant to Help School and Student Achievement IPS Athletics Fall and Winter Sports Schedules Students Hone Virtual Skills in Future Centers Relationships are Key in IPS Life Skills Programming
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IPS Students attend Indiana Fever National Girls & Women in Sports Day
More than 580 young ladies from 16 IPS schools the Indiana Fever National Girls & Women in Sports Day Career Clinic featuring Indiana Fever Guard Kelsey Mitchell, Indiana Fever General Manager/VP of Basketball Operations Tamika Catchings, Indiana Pacers Assistant General Manager Kelly Krauskopf, USA Gymnastics CEP Li Li Leung, Female staff from the Fever, NCAA WTHR-TV and WISH-TV8.
The IPS attendees were of the 1,000 Middle School and High School young ladies from 36 area schools.
Thanks to @NuvoIndy for this story: @IPSSchools offers teacher apprenticeship, principal residency to attract educators of color https://nuvo.newsnirvana.com/news/ips-offers-teacher-apprenticeship-principal-residency-to-attract-educators-of-color/article_f90caf1a-7e91-11ec-b75a-6770d937f904.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share via @nuvoindy
Children supporting each other, giving encouragement, and overall having a great experience. These are just a few things our #KidsRidingBikes program bring out in our riders. Positive interactions make you pedal faster 🤗 @IPSFarrington61 @IPSSchools
ICYMI: Earlier today Superintendent Johnson and Commissioner Hawkins announced #ProvingWhatsPossible. With this new initiative, we’re prioritizing recruiting and retaining diverse, talented teachers to help students thrive in an environment that’s more representative of them.Learn more about Proving What’s Possible at myips.org/provingwhatspossible/... See MoreSee Less
Widespread research shows that all students benefit when taught by a person of color, and that benefit is even greater for students of color.Over the past few years, we’ve made good strides, including increasing teacher pay to the highest in Indianapolis, and we’re also committed to building a teaching corps that’s representative of our students.Learn more about #ProvingWhatsPossible at myips.org/provingwhatspossible/... See MoreSee Less
Hear from Superintendent Aleesia Johnson and Commissioner Hawkins as they announce #ProvingWhatsPossible, a new initiative to recruit and retain diverse, high-quality teachers for IPS!📺➡️ vimeo.com/669152667... See MoreSee Less