The Indianapolis Public Library will offer e-books, audiobooks and videos that will help patrons explore issues about race and racial equity.
A Chalkbeat analysis of state data shows that school police are 2.5 times as likely to arrest Black Indiana students than white students.
The Indiana State Health Commissioner on Tuesday clarified the state’s guidelines for reopening schools, which some school leaders have criticized for putting too much responsibility on individual districts
Earlier this year, Educate ME Early partnered with Early Learning Indiana to create 50 two-year fellowships for men of color.
Lasana Kazembe, who teaches in the School of Education and the Africana Studies Program at IUPUI, responded to a request from the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute and NUVO for a short listicle on a topic with a long — 400 year — history.
When Indianapolis school officials announced in March they were switching to online learning in response to COVID-19, Tammy Mann hoped it would only be for a week. Instead it lasted the entire semester, and neither she nor her son, a junior at North Central, were happy with the results.
When Indiana schools reopen in the fall, students may ride half-empty buses, eat lunch at their desk, or show up in-person just a couple days a week.
At the end of her weekly video update Friday, Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Aleesia Johnson acknowledged the “incredibly tough week in our country.”
Since they won’t get to watch her walk across a stage, Wallace’s extended family is planning to drive past the house. They want to see her in the gown and make sure she still hears them cheering her on.
With some Indiana students continuing to do schoolwork on paper while their classmates take part in video conferences with teachers, State Superintendent Jennifer McCormick says the state must make critical investments to ensure all families have internet access.