INDIANAPOLIS - Officials with Indianapolis-based EdPower hope to transition Arlington High School back to the Indianapolis Public Schools district in the fall of 2015.
That would be sooner than the original five-year plan the state had expected.
EdPower's chancellor told RTV6 that he was working to craft a solution with all the parties involved.
Arlington High School was among the first schools in state history to be turned over to private operators to make academic improvements.
For-profit Florida-based Charter Schools USA is the turnaround operator for three other IPS schools.
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