Indianapolis Public Schools

Families will be required to opt in to transportation next school year. The changes come as the district continues its Rebuilding Stronger overhaul.

IPS predicts a slight increase in enrollment next year but still anticipates a cash crunch in roughly three years.

Michele Whaley, a school social worker at Eleanor Skillen School 34, shares how one person can have a big impact on a student.

As grant funding ends, the programs are seeking support to pay tutors and help more high school kids with ‘getting their creativity out.‘

District officials want instruction to be more consistent across school buildings. Staffing will be a challenge.

The district also plans to merge its Simon Youth Academy with another alternative education program at Arsenal Technical High School.

The play will show throughout All-Star Weekend, highlighting how one Indianapolis Public Schools basketball team made history as the nation struggled with civil rights.

The demand is the latest development in an ongoing divide between IPS and the charter school community.

The bill could put an end to future legal disputes over the state’s so-called $1 law, which Indianapolis Public Schools and the attorney general’s office have interpreted differently.

The decline in the share of waivers given to students seeking a diploma coincides with a push by state legislators to curb their use.

Although the district’s student population fell, the fact that it dipped by less than 1% after six schools closed might be a hopeful sign for the district.

These are the education issues we’re watching in the new year, from the impact of laws governing school choice and the science of reading to big changes at Indianapolis Public Schools.

The district acknowledges that it will not sell School 102 amid ongoing litigation, but argued that the court’s order allows it to lease the building under certain circumstances.

The average Marion County teacher pay beat the state average last year, as well as a target figure supported by Gov. Eric Holcomb.

Students, parents grapple with five-year high in youth homicides

The district is encouraging families to ‘Choose Your IPS’ in a bid to keep and attract more students.

On Friday, a judge agreed to put the sale on hold, at least temporarily, following an objection from Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita.