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On Count Day, IPS Losses Might Not Be As Dramatic As Once Feared

How many students do you count in this photo? (Taken at Indianapolis' Washington High School)

Spencer Lloyd, one of a handful of teachers left at Manual High School after control of the building transfered to turnaround operator Charter Schools USA, called it the $64 million question: How many students would show up for class this semester at four IPS takeover schools? We’re about to get an answer. The Indiana Department [...]

Five Things To Know About Counting Kids

IPS superintendent Eugene White presides over a school board meeting in August.

In two weeks Indiana schools will have to take stock of how many students have enrolled for the 2012-13 school year. That number becomes very important in January, when school corporations see their payments from the state increased or decreased based on changing enrollment.

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