5 free ways to make your classroom dreams come true

by Laura Bartolomeo All teachers have dreams for their classrooms and many times the stumbling block is a lack of funding. Often, teachers overcome this obstacle by spending their own money. According to a survey by the National School Supply and Equipment Association, published June
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Back to school with the IPS School Board President

Diane Arnold has been involved with IPS for 45 years. She currently serves as the IPS School Board President. For her, the start of a new school year each August brings new excitement and renewed energy. “Very, very excited or the start of a new school year in 2013 with a new superint
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Support spotlight: Yvonne Perkins

Yvonne Perkins, a 1967 alumna of Shortridge High School and a previous IPS Hall of Fame inductee, is one of the district’s biggest advocates. She’s also one of its most successful graduates. Currently the Vice President of Community Relations at Citizens Energy Group, Perkins says she
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