Lewis Ferebee will be the next chancellor of D.C. Public Schools, officials announced Monday, leaving a leadership hole at Indianapolis Public Schools, where he has served for five years.
Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Lewis Ferebee is a finalist for the open Washington, D.C., schools chief job, according to someone with knowledge of the search process.
Residents of the struggling neighborhood showed up in force on Tuesday morning to celebrate milestones they said represented much-needed change and progress.
A 39-year employee filed a discrimination charge Friday with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against Roncalli High School.
Two outsiders who have been critical of the Indianapolis Public Schools board ended up defeating incumbents in last week’s election, a change that could prove pivotal for a district that has garnered a national reputation for its partnerships with charter schools.
Rhondalyn Cornett was asked to resign and did so Thursday, according to the Indiana State Teachers Association. In a text message, she declined to comment.
Voters in the state’s largest school district voted to approve two referendums that will raise about $272 million to help pay for operating costs and building improvements.
The cameras would be mounted to the outside of buses and would take pictures of drivers who pass when the stop arm is deployed. Law enforcement agencies could then use the pictures to issue charges or citations.
An annual survey of Hoosier school superintendents shows 91 percent say their districts had a teacher shortage this fall.
Noblesville School Corp. and Clark-Pleasant Community School Corp. are asking voters to approve higher property taxes to pay for more safety and security efforts in their districts.
One of the city’s largest charter operators could soon join Indianapolis Public Schools, in the latest sign that the line between charter and traditional public schools is becoming blurrier.
Less than two weeks before the election for Indianapolis Public Schools board, a little-known law could throw a wrench in the race for one candidate.
The political arm of Indiana’s largest teachers union is spending heavily on some of the candidates vying for seats on the board this November in the Indianapolis Public Schools board election.
The farm can produce up to 600 kilowatts of power and is expected to generate 85 percent of the electricity used by the entire district.
Only half of the state’s elementary and middle school students passed both English and math exams in 2018, but the results released Wednesday were worse for students of color.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick attributed the decision to a “governance structure” that is getting in the way of doing “what’s best for kids.”
With less than two months until Election Day, the effort to pass two referendums to increase funding for Indianapolis Public Schools is gaining momentum.
More high school students were affected by grading problems involving this year’s ISTEP test than previously estimated, the Indiana Department of Education said Monday.
Purdue Polytechnic High School on Friday announced it was no longer considering the former Broad Ripple High School building as a site for its second Indianapolis location.
It is unclear when test results will be released. Results had been expected to be made public next week.