The long-struggling Indiana Life Sciences Academy West will close its doors for good in June. The K-8 charter school, which currently serves 479 students, was one of the lowest scoring schools in Indianapolis on last year’s state ISTEP test.
Ivy Tech Community College trustees voted 11-0 Wednesday afternoon to hire Ellspermann as the school's president starting July 1. She had widely been considered the leading candidate since resigning as Lt. Governor in March.
The WFYI Speak Up Phone has found a new home for the month of May: The Speedway Center for the Arts. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire and Speedway Arts Council president Amy Carroll talk about ways you can “Show and Tell” Indy 500 memories.
Racing fans can get a front row seat on the yard of bricks next week. It’s part of the Indy Film Fest Roving Cinema screening of the classic Paul Newman film, “Winning.” WFYI’s Jill Ditmire invited IFF Executive Director Craig Mince to the studios to talk about this once in a lifetime opportunity.