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Rise and Shine: Financial woes could force Indiana charter school to abruptly close

  • Columbus International School, a charter school in Columbus, Ind., shocks its community by suddenly announcing it may close. (WISH-TV)
  • Ritz supporters cry foul over state board’s effort to release early A to F grades. (State Impact)
  • Teach for America’s political power is growing in Washington and the states. (Politico)
  • (TFA’s influence is also growing in Indiana, as I wrote about last year.)
  • John Krull: Students are getting lost in Indiana’s education policy debates. (The Statehouse File)
  • Steve Hinnefeld: Indiana’s voucher program is primarily tax support for Christian education.  (School Matters)
  • Why Indiana matters when it comes to education. (Chalkbeat)
  • Workload, disrespect and pay are among the reasons so many teachers quit. (The Atlantic)
  • Study says 15 percent of 16 to 24 year olds are not in school or jobs. (AP)
  • School board adjourns early in South Bend after board member’s relative slams the district. (SB Tribune)
  • South Bend’s black and Hispanic students remain behind on ISTEP. (SB Tribune)