Post by Micah Nelson Micah Nelson, our 2017 IPS Teacher of the Year, offers a peek inside the study abroad program she’s taking through Butler University [...]
Post by Micah Nelson “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, [...]
At the June agenda review and action sessions, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners discussed and took action on initiatives to increase equity, create new educational opportunities for students and maintain fiscal responsibility. Also, a group of student advocates saw their hard work result in an amendment to district policy!
It’s tough to keep the kids entertained during summer break, but there are many reasonably-priced events that won’t break your summer budget.
Amy Berns, the new vice principal at Edison School of the Arts, doesn’t plan to spend lots of time in her second-floor office when school starts August 1.
During summer break, the food grown in the garden at George Washington Carver School 87 doesn’t go to waste. The bounty provides much needed support for Mid-North Food Pantry.
You could win a 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat while helping students at Arsenal Technical High School’s Career Technology Center further their education and career goals by registering to play in the inaugural IPS Golf Classic.
Kim Williams focuses on meeting the needs of the whole family at Phalen Leadership Academy at Francis Scott Key School 103.
A new director of Transportation is just one of the many positions IPS has recently filled as it prepares for the 2016-2017 school year.