The coronavirus has made its way on American soil and millions of people across the country now have to adjust in unprecedented ways. While it is most important to ensure your family’s core needs of food, health, and safety are met, making sure children are properly educated during this cont…
All Marion County schools are supposed to be closed by March 16, and the city will restrict non-essential gatherings of more than 250 people in the wake of the new coronavirus.
Armed with the knowledge that representation matters to student success, Teach For America is working to ensure students of color see people who look like them in the teaching staff.
Sixteen years after joining the faculty of Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Karen Bravo made history by being the first person of color to be named dean.
As community members and education advocates continue a heated debate about the merits of Indianapolis Public Schools’ innovation model, one glaring issue remains: It’s hard to talk about because of how complicated it is.
Some parents at George and Veronica Phalen Leadership Academy have been upset this school year because of issues related to staff accountability and poor communication from leadership.
Welcome to 2020! PreK-Corner intends to educate and intervene on behalf of young children by providing communication, knowledge and strategies that may prevent and lessen the effect of unhealthy interruptions in their lives. You may ask questions and request topics about children birth throu…
A recent study conducted by World Wildlife Fund (WWF) found Indianapolis schools are apparently doing better than others around the country when it comes to reducing food waste, but the numbers are still difficult to comprehend.
One of the biggest dilemmas families and individuals face when deciding to go to college is determining how to pay for it. With the cost of obtaining a college degree steadily rising, it is often difficult, if not insurmountable, to simply pay tuition, fees and other expenses out-of-pocket. …
One of the dire questions people in education will have to answer soon is whether a mostly white teaching force can effectively educate an increasingly diverse student body, and, if not, how to change the demographics of America’s teachers.
The Indiana State Board of Education voted Jan. 15 to return Emma Donnan Elementary and Middle School, Emmerich Manual High School and Thomas Carr Howe Community High School to Indianapolis Public Schools nearly eight years after state takeover began.