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| April 25, 2014
New law provides tools to improve student achievement in Indy

A law that passed during this year’s legislative session provides our community an unprecedented opportunity to do that by driving improvement from within the Indianapolis Public Schools district.

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| April 23, 2014
IPS, Mind Trust launch school-turnaround fellowship

In an unprecedented partnership announced Tuesday night, locally based education reform group The Mind Trust, the mayor’s office and Indianapolis Public Schools are teaming up to try to improve the district’s poorest performing schools.

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| April 23, 2014
Fellowships to offer $100,000 for educators to develop ideas for IPS

Indianapolis Public Schools principals or teachers with smart ideas for how to overhaul low-rated district schools could get $100,000 and a year off to develop them into concrete plans.

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| April 23, 2014
IPS, Mind Trust propose fellowships to fix failing schools

Indianapolis Public Schools is betting on an innovative plan” offer creative educators individual fellowships to develop new curricula to fix failing schools.

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| April 22, 2014
The Mind Trust launches new initiative to help talented leaders grow great schools in IPS

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners and Superintendent Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee are pleased to join The Mind Trust in announcing a new initiative that will leverage the talent of excellent leaders, the power of a new law, and the support of district resources to multiply the number of high quality schools serving students in IPS.

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