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July 18, 2018
Here’s why Indianapolis teachers are walking away from the opportunity to own an affordable home
When Jack Hesser learned about a local nonprofit’s efforts to retain and recruit teachers to Indianapolis through an affordable housing project, he saw an opportunity…
March 15, 2016
More Indianapolis charter schools ranked high on the 2015 state exam
Compared to their rank in the state in 2014, IPS and private schools in Marion County slipped lower.
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February 26, 2016
His journey from school to law led back to education
Ahmed young is the director of the office of education innovation for the city of Indianapolis.
February 1, 2016
Ahmed Young wants to help push the city's education efforts in a new direction
Hogsett's new education director has been a teacher and lawyer specializing in education.
January 6, 2016
Hogsett says he'll rely on school district leaders for education advice
The new mayor calls in superintendents for a meeting during his first week in office.
November 18, 2015
Indianapolis has solidified itself as one of the top U.S. charter school cities
The number of charter school students has nearly doubled since the city first appeared in the national rankings.
November 4, 2015
Questions remain about Mayor-elect Joe Hogsett's education plans
The question about Mayor-elect Joe Hogsett, who cruised to an easy defeat of Chuck Brewer, is pretty simple: what kind of Democrat will he be?
October 6, 2015
In one month, mayoral race could take education in a new direction
The 2015 mayoral election, coming fast just a month from today, is a departure after 12 years in that neither candidate is a slam-dunk to continue on the same path.
August 28, 2015
Hogsett hopes cheap, or free, homes would bring teachers to the city
Would a free house persuade a college graduate or young teacher to agree to live and teach in Indianapolis for four years?
June 18, 2015
Appointing IPS board members on Brewer's agenda for mayoral campaign
Indianapolis Republican mayoral candidate Chuck Brewer thinks the city should be more involved in education — so much so that he proposed adding two mayoral appointees to the…
December 10, 2014
Joe Hogsett looks to forge his own path on education
Former U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett, who at least for the moment looks like the front runner to become mayor of Indianapolis in 2016, has made…
November 12, 2014
Education on Joe Hogsett’s mind as he announces mayoral bid
Democrat Joe Hogsett, a former U.S. attorney, announced today he would run for mayor next year, and education was one of the issues on his…
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