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IPS Officials To Propose Splitting Middle, High Schools

After a week of public meetings at four IPS high schools that could face closure, one student seemed to capture the anxiety and fear of the process. Broad Ripple’s Jasmine Murphy says closing her school won’t just upend the lives of students but negatively impact teachers, staff and the surrounding community. “I want to know […]

GOP Gov. Nominee Holcomb Gives Slim Insight On Educational Policy

Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb was nominated as the GOP’s gubernatorial  candidate after a vote this afternoon by the Indiana Republican central committee. This puts some distance to the brutal public fights over policy and power between Gov. Mike Pence and Indiana State Superintendent Glenda Ritz – a saga that drove division lines among educators and the public alike. Holcomb, 48, has […]

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