Indiana’s in-person learning varied by race. Two-thirds of students learned primarily in person last school year, but only 40% of Black students did.
Indianapolis school district officials are shrinking class sizes, making more small learning groups, and hiring extra teachers
IPS is cutting district busing to 200 students — less than the 600 it originally estimated.
After the pandemic and virtual learning kept her twins away from kindergarten, Indianapolis mom worries about how they’ll do in first grade.
IPS Superintendent Aleesia Johnson said that the district changed its policy Tuesday based on the change in the CDC’s recommendation.
Indianapolis Public School parents have two virtual charter school options if they want their children to learn remotely this 2021-22 school year.
Tihesha Henderson, who leads Sankofa School of Success, is the IPS Principal of the Year.
Indianapolis Public Schools staff and students who are vaccinated can opt-out of wearing masks in classrooms when school starts
A new Indianapolis summer program hopes to catch students up after nearly two years of pandemic learning loss