IPS school board forum: RSVP to hear from candidates

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Want to learn more about the Indianapolis school board candidates ahead of time? Check out our in-depth voter guide.  (Dylan Peers McCoy / Chalkbeat)

Four candidates are vying for three open seats on the Indianapolis Public Schools board of school commissioners — and the winners will oversee huge changes for the state’s largest district.

Get to know the candidates and their stances on important education issues at Chalkbeat Indiana and WFYI’s school board candidate forum on Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Indianapolis Public Library, Central Branch.

RSVP to save your seat.

Reporters from Chalkbeat Indiana and WFYI will interview the candidates, and community members can submit questions ahead of time for the Q&A portion of the evening.

 Want to learn more about the candidates ahead of time? Check out our in-depth voter guide

Caroline Bauman connects Chalkbeat journalists with our readers as the community engagement manager and previously reported at Chalkbeat Tennessee. Connect with Caroline at cbauman@chalkbeat.org.

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