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Aleesia Johnson Superintendent of IPS

WHAT’S ONE OF YOUR TOP PRIORITIES AS SUPERINTENDENT?

We’re doing a big push around racial equity. Like many districts, we see disparities in performance across different racial groups. So tackling head-on why those disparities exist and what we might need to do differently to address them is really important.

PEOPLE OFTEN CONFUSE “EQUITY” AND “EQUALITY.” CAN

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