On the first day of a critical new school year for the Indianapolis Public Schools, Superintendent Dr. Eugene White came to Afternoons with Amos to talk about a wide range of issues facing the state’s largest school district. In an exclusive extended interview, Dr. White talked about a variety of critical IPS issues from the impact of losing four schools taken over by the state. Dr. White talked about the strong improvement in test scores and graduation rates IPS has achieved in the past couple of years. He stressed that IPS’s 2012 graduation rates will increase, with fewer waivers and a continued increase in students earning the Core 40 diplomas. White also stressed the importance of Indiana investing in more early childhood education programs and initiatives.
Click the Arrow Below to Hear the Full In-depth Interview with IPS Supt. Dr. Eugene White. Runs 39 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One.