The Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) Board of School Commissioners has named Aleesia Johnson as its next superintendent. Johnson has been serving in the role since January and is the first African-American woman to lead the district.
The Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) Board of School Commissioners has chosen the finalists for the IPS superintendent position.
On Thursday, January 31, 2019, the IPS Board of School Commissioners approve the superintendent selection process and timeline.
An Indiana native, Johnson comes from a long line of educators, has a passion for learning, and is working to ensure that all IPS students receive a top-notch education.