For many Indianapolis residents, the problem isn't finding work. It's landing employment that pays enough to lift them from poverty and provides a financial cushion to absorb daily life's inevitable setbacks.
The indictment alleges the director of the Purdue Center for Materials Processing Research received more than $1.3 million in grants from the National Science Foundation and used some of the funds to buy a home and to pay salaries to his two minor children.
Only one teacher has bought a house in Educators' Village so far, and close to a dozen have pulled out of the process. This has led some critics to wonder whether the project can live up to its promises.
Noblesville Schools announced Tuesday that it wants to expand its operating referendum on the Nov. 6 ballot. The hike would bring in an additional $50 million over eight years while doubling taxes under the current referendum.
Butler University is among the group of investors in Kenzie Academy’s college-alternative model, which combines one year of immersive learning with one year of paid work in the company’s tech-consulting subsidiary.
The school board pledged to continue discussions in the next week with the Indy Chamber, which released an alternative proposal last week calling for massive spending cuts and a significantly smaller tax increase.
The $45 million Lacy School of Business building is the cornerstone of a campus transformation costing nearly $250 million that the private school launched following President James Danko’s arrival in 2011.