Rise & Shine: Indianapolis Public Schools could expand IndyGo pilot
In the face of low enrollment and financial woes, three Indianapolis charter schools are closing. But despite the implication that the city could be nearing enrollment saturation, several new charter schools are still planning on opening in the fall. Stephanie has more on the schools that are opening and closing.
Dylan Peers McCoy, reporter
CHARTER SCHOOLS: Three Indianapolis charter schools facing financial struggles will close at the end of this school year. But six more charter schools are poised to open for the upcoming 2018-19 school year. Chalkbeat
BUS: Some Shortridge High School students have been taking the IndyGo bus to school as part a pilot program, and now Indianapolis Public Schools may expand it to Arsenal Technical High School. RTV6
ADMINISTRATOR PAY: The average household income in Fort Wayne is $43,994. But last year, 56 school district administrators took home more than $100,000. WPTA