IPS is considering a restarting overhaul of Washingotn Irving School and Wendell Phillips School.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two failing Indianapolis schools could get an overhaul in curriculum and oversight this coming fall.
Indianapolis Public School administrators are recommending to re-start Washington Irving 14 and Wendell Phillips School 63 as Innovation Network Schools.
Both schools have received "F" grades for at least the past two years.
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The district would partner with an outside non-profit organization to operate the school on an individual basis.
If the IPS Board of Commissioners will have to approve the changes before they can take effect.
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