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.
Indianapolis Public Schools is launching a fundraising campaign to support its coronavirus response plan by purchasing technology for students, training teachers, and preparing for growing mental health needs.
The city of Indianapolis has created a $2.6 million e-learning fund to help schools improve distance education for students as all campuses remain closed because of the coronavirus.
It had been two weeks since Terri Anderson, a teacher at The Oaks Academy in Indianapolis, had seen her 19 prekindergarten students in person. But on a recent Friday, they met virtually for the first time on Google Hangouts.
Nearly half of the 1,900 students who attend Brown County Schools qualify for subsidized meals, and with campuses shuttered, the demand for food assistance is swelling.
When Indianapolis high school senior Stanisha Fortson learned Thursday that her campus would be closed for the rest of the academic year, she was stunned.
All classrooms in Indiana will remain closed through the end of the academic year, State Superintendent Jennifer McCormick announced Thursday, as the state scrambles to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Financial help is on the way for Indiana public schools to educate students remotely during coronavirus closures. But State Superintendent Jen…
In a time of unprecedented disruption, it’s mostly business as usual at a handful of schools in Indiana.