Aleesia Johnson takes over as the new Indianapolis Public Schools interim-superintendent Jan. 7. From WFYI’s education desk, reporter Carter Barrett sat down with Johnson to talk ongoing district challenges and leadership changes.
January 7, 2019
New IPS Interim Superintendent Talks Challenges, Leadership
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