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| June 30, 2014
Three Fellowships Awarded to Create ‘Innovation’ Public Schools in Indianapolis

An Indianapolis Public Schools veteran who turned around a failing school, a former U.S. State Department counter-terrorism analyst, and team of a businessman and school administrator were chosen this week as the first “Innovation School Fellows,” who will get the opportunity to design and run their own Indianapolis public school.

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| June 27, 2014
How 4 educators plan to turn around Indianapolis Public Schools

A native city educator, a former counter-terrorism analyst, a charter school operator and an academic dean are under the spotlight now as they set out to design new teaching models in a bid to turn around three failing Indianapolis schools.

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| June 26, 2014
The Mind Trust awards three Innovation School Fellowships to help top leaders launch high quality IPS schools

The Mind Trust awarded its first three Innovation School Fellowships to a longtime Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) educator who led a dramatic school turnaround; a former senior analyst with the U.S. Department of State who has studied youth engagement in entrepreneurship as an antidote to terrorist group involvement; and a team that includes one of the nation’s best education entrepreneurs and a seasoned school administrator.

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| June 25, 2014
Could you build a better school?

Indianapolis has an idea. Chicago should try it.

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| June 17, 2014
The Mind Trust announces Selection Committee for Innovation School Fellowship

The Mind Trust has selected a group of diverse education and community leaders to serve on the Selection Committee tasked with choosing its first round of Innovation School Fellowship winners.

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