New International School of Indiana Head of School Elizabeth Head sits down with WFYI’s Taylor Bennett to talk about the school’s unique curriculum and plans for a new building. The school focuses on global mindedness. Students are from Indianapolis around the world, representing more than 50 nationalities.
A Conversation With The International School Of Indiana's New Leader
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