May 2005
Indianapolis Monthly;May2005 City Guide, Vol. 28, p19
The article informs about the educational institutions of Indianapolis. Forest Glen Elementary International Magnet School provides global studies for grades K-5 in two programs. In the immersion program, students receive from 50 to 100 percent of their instruction in Spanish, according to their grade level. The Pacers Academy, partially funded by the NBA's Indiana Pacers, focuses on students in grades 6-12 considered at risk for dropping out before graduation. A 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. school day allows students time for ample sleep in the morning and keeps them off the streets after school.


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