The classroom teacher is still the single most significant contributor to student achievement - the effect is greater than that of parents, peers, school
or poverty. One IPS student recently went from homeless to valedictorian of Broad Ripple High School! Another IPS student overcame not knowing a word of English at age 12 to recently becoming George Washington Community High School’s valedictorian!
The possibilities for our students are endless when they are impacted and inspired by teachers who unlock their potential. Our students need teachers who will build academic optimism and motivate them to believe that they can and will succeed!
They need great teachers. They need YOU. Apply today to join teamIPS!
IPS Diversity Statement
Indianapolis Public Schools is an equal employment opportunity school corporation which strives to deliver educational excellence, equitable access, and quality service to our students and families. IPS recognizes the educational and social value of human differences and their various forms. IPS is committed to an inclusive approach which affirms and embraces all aspects of diversity. We are strengthened by our unique knowledge, experiences, interests, hopes, challenges, cultures, traditions and families. We engage families as partners in education through trusting relationships built on culturally responsive two-way communication and mutual respect.
Recognizing our diversity, we are committed to equity in all of our work. We seek to allocate resources to eliminate discrimination and disparities. We strive to eliminate prejudice, bigotry, and intolerance and bridge gaps between and among our diverse students, families, staff and communities.
Our approach to diversity and commitment to fairness ensure that the students we serve are empowered to succeed in college, career, military and life.
IPS Anti-Discrimination Statement
Indianapolis Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, or sexual orientation in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. For inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies, please contact the following persons:
For any other inquiry relating to IPS’s non-discrimination policies, please contact the Director of Human Resources, 120 E. Walnut St., Room 103, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204, 317.226.4150.
For further information on non-discrimination, visit the Office of Civil Rights for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1.800.421.3481.