Back in August, Dr. Wanda Legrand left Indianapolis for Washington, DC. Legrand served as the IPS Deputy Superintendent of Academics, as well as a Steering Committee member for Any Given Child Indy. She now serves as the Deputy Chancellor of Social, Emotional, and Academic Development for D.C. Public Schools, where she oversees and builds connections
he Mind Trust hosts a series of “Educational Bus Tours,” which highlight high-performing public schools in Indianapolis for parents, educators, and community members. Each bus tour visits two successful public schools in Indianapolis to demonstrate innovative and effective techniques and practices in action. Bus tours offer parents, educators, and
Last week, the fifth annual Indianapolis Public School Fine Arts Fair took place at Arlington High School. Over 20 arts organizations were in attendance to share information about their educational programs with IPS arts teachers. Local nonprofit Notable Measures also presented another check to Any Given Child Indy during the fine arts fair to support
Join The Mind Trust on October 25 to hear about unique school models and the launch of new Innovation Network Schools for the 2017-18 school year. Leaders will share details about support that promotes student success and the actions parents and community members can take to improve academic achievement throughout Indianapolis. The event will feature
On Monday, October 16, the 5th annual Indianapolis Public Schools Fine Arts Fair will take place at Arlington High School. This free event, open to the public, is held each year to give teachers the opportunity to interact with representatives from local arts organizations and learn about the great arts programming Indianapolis has to offer.
Last week, the Indianapolis community celebrated National Arts in Education Week with numerous different events across the city. From a convening of professional arts educators at Edison School of the Arts and a meeting of the Any Given Child Indy Governing Council, to workshops at Clowes Memorial Hall and a jazz performance at IUPUI, community members
An Indianapolis tea shop has created a custom blend, loose-leaf tea to help support arts education. HoiTea ToiTea, located in Broad Ripple Village, offers tea blending classes, a cafe, and unique loose-leaf teas. The local business sells Nelson's Teas, including our custom Any Given Child Indy blend: PB & Jams.
“What do you think, you are just going to be sitting there and a milkshake will fall in your lap? ……Or a mars bar?”, said Professor Bill Itter, with his eyes bulging out with the excitement of a mad scientist. He was teaching us color theory at IU in 1999 and imploring us to work at our craft; to take it as seriously as he does. This was a
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