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FIRST PERSON: I convinced my teachers to walk our students’ neighborhoods. It changed our school. Chalkbeat
ENROLLMENT REPORT: Charter schools in some cities enroll few students mid-year. Here’s why that matters. Chalkbeat
SCHOOL SAFETY: Indianapolis Public Schools begins multimillion-dollar updates to make school buildings safer. Fox59
BACK TO SCHOOL: Tindley Summit principal David McGuire offers tips for how schools can build relationships with parents. Indy K12
TEACHER APPRECIATION: A local church donated school supplies and gift cards for teachers to 14 Indianapolis and Johnson County schools. Daily Journal
SCHOOL SUPPLIES: Teachers look for ways to provide school supplies for their classrooms. WISH
TOP 10: These are the “best” school districts in Indiana, according to Niche, a website that ranks schools, companies, and neighborhoods. RTV6
STOP SIGN: When should you stop for a school bus? Here’s an explainer. IndyStar
CAREER AND TECH: In a Mooresville High School program, students learn construction skills while also updating school facilities. RTV6
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