IPS superintendent stands by football decision

Indianapolis Public Schools officials say they won’t change a decision to stop fielding football teams at three high
schools. Protesters on Tuesday night asked the school board to keep the teams at Manual, Marshall and Washington high schools.
But Superintendent Eugene White said the decision isn’t about money. Too few students have been turning out to play,
he said.

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