IPS will vote on a second referendum on Tuesday. The board has already approved a $52 million capital referendum for the November election.
INDIANAPOLIS -- A second referendum vote is planned for Tuesday.
The Indianapolis Public School Board has already passed a $52 million capital referendum for the November ballot.
The board wants to hear from the public and allow for people to learn more before the board votes.
Now, the board is considering an operating referendum for teacher salaries.
Earlier this week, The Indy Chamber recommenced a $100 million operating referendum for teacher's salaries.
The IPS board still needs to vote if that would be sufficient.
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