The change means readjustment for students.
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IPS seeks to lower costs due to shrinking enrollment.
The pandemic is taking a toll on student learning.
U.S. Dept. of Education opened an investigation this week.
Expect some uncertainties in 2021.
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Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indiana State Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Kris Box held their weekly coronavirus press conference on Wednesday.
Indianapolis districts pushed back Friday on a leading lawmaker’s statement that schools will face reduced state funding if they don’t reopen classrooms for in-person instruction.
Thousands of Indiana parents are faced with a difficult decision this month — weighing the psychological, educational, and social benefits of sending his two children back to school against the risk to the entire family’s health.
Indianapolis teachers, school staff, and students in sixth grade and above will be required to wear face masks when they return to classrooms this year.