New kind of charter pitched by mayor

Wall, J. K.
March 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal;3/3/2014, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p3
The article reports on the Indianapolis Polytechnic charter school proposed by Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard in Indiana. It notes that Ballard wants to launch the charter school that would allow students earn high school diploma and then up to two years in postsecondary programs in fields with lots of jobs and good wages. Jason Kloth, Ballard's deputy mayor for education, hopes that the charter school will encourage signing up employers to help provide equipment and instructors.


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