It’s no secret, Indy is tops. Not only that, but our residents continually and collectively play a part in its success. In no other city across the country could you roll up your sleeves, call a meeting, and solve a problem. It’s that Hoosier hard work mentality that we are seeing in our city’s classrooms and neighborhoods, and what sets Indy apart as we create high-quality public schools for every student.
For more than 10 years The Mind Trust has been working to recruit and empower top talent to create great public schools that are rooted in our communities. Working with neighbors, teachers, education innovators and policymakers we’ve supported a network of 19 schools and 11 nonprofit organizations to spur change in Indy.
We believe that every child deserves access to a high-quality education, and educators deserve the autonomy to focus on what works in the classroom—from recruiting top talent to our awesome city, to empowering Indy educators to take the next step in growing great schools. Not only that, but that our neighborhoods and communities deserve to be engaged in the process. This trifecta of success is drawing national attention.
Join us this spring, as we partner with IndyHub, to highlight the amazing inroads our city has made in growing great schools, and Indy’s unique opportunity to set the national curve for an innovative approach to education.
The Dinner Series: After School Special
March 15, 5:30- 7:30 p.m. at Sun King Brewing
About The Mind Trust:
The Mind Trust is a nonprofit striving to give every Indianapolis student access to an excellent, high-quality public school; through recruiting and empowering top talent; launching and supporting new, innovative and high-quality public schools in Indianapolis; and engaging community stakeholders in conversations about innovation in public education.
Since 2006, The Mind Trust has impacted more than 132,000 Indianapolis public school students, attracted and placed more than 900 teachers and school leaders and raised more than $73 million to bring innovative ideas into Indianapolis classrooms. More information can be found at www.themindtrust.org.