Michael McRobbie Is Leaving Bloomington With No Regrets
While much of the IU president’s tenure was spent in the shadow of Purdue’s headline-making Mitch Daniels, McRobbie has scored just as well on the leadership test.
How Christel House Is Keeping Its Founder’s Vision Alive
Christel DeHaan built her schools like businesses so they could thrive as nonprofits, helping them survive an inevitable hardship: her recent death.
Is IPS Doing Enough To Protect Kids’ Privacy During Remote Learning?
The apps students are required to use are frequently lacking in transparency, or worse.
How IPS Plans to Bridge the Digital Divide
This school year, IPS estimates it will spend $12 million to provide every student with a device.
The IPS Magnet School Conundrum
“There are few bigger champions of diversity than white, college-educated city-dwellers. Except when it comes to schools. In that regard, we’re far more like suburbanites than we’d care to admit.”
Millions Spent In Graduating Few
Tens of millions in state dollars due to come its way over the next two years, and a founder whose for-profit company charged millions of dollars in management fees and rent to the school.
Phil Gulley: A Lesson On Education
“Let the teachers teach, let the principals oversee, let the superintendents be part-time, insist the parents do their jobs so the teachers can do theirs, and impeach any politician who piles on regulations while cutting funds.”
How An Executive Order Changed A Butler Study-Abroad Group’s Travel Plans
“This misguided travel ban only shows that we need more exposure to diverse people, religions, languages, and ways of life, so that the unfamiliar becomes less feared,” says Butler University’s study abroad director.
Jimmy Sullivan Was Here
Jimmy’s parents sent him to live at Muscatatuck in 1952. It was a state-run institution for people with developmental disabilities, a place where parents sent children with nowhere else to go.