| November 20, 2020
The Mind Trust announces $207,000 investment in 22 Community Learning Sites to provide Indianapolis families with no-cost eLearning support and supervision through school building closure dates

The Mind Trust today announced it will invest $207,000 to fund the operation of 22 Community Learning Sites that will be open from November 30, 2020, through January 15, 2021, and be available for more than 800 children in grades K-12. An initiative of The Mind Trust that began in August 2020, Community Learning Sites are hubs where small groups of students are provided weekday eLearning supervision and support at no cost to families through partnerships with Indianapolis churches and community centers.

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| November 11, 2020
‘Innovating during a whole pandemic’: a conversation with Paula Glover

Paula Glover had previous experience with remote work from the years she spent in corporate America prior to joining The Mind Trust. In terms of structure, March’s shift to working from home was in some ways a return to what she always knew. Still, having been with The Mind Trust for only six months when the pandemic forced school building and business closures, the switch came with new ways of being and interacting. By no means did that exclude the School Support team as they had to restructure supports to continue to serve schools.

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November 6, 2020
A message from our CEO on local and national elections

During a time of national division and political turmoil that too often falls along racial lines, The Mind Trust recognizes the continued existence of institutional racism in our education system and society at large, in particular its adverse effects on Black and Latino children in Indianapolis. We reassert our commitment to pursuing antiracism in collaboration […]

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