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Remainders: Four state board members ask Ritz to drop suit

Here are some end-of-the week education stories from around Indiana.

First, all the Glenda Ritz latest:

  • Ritz has had a reversal of fortune dealing with her Republican adversaries. (Chalkbeat)
  • State board members are asking Ritz to drop suit. (Chalkbeat, State Impact)
  • Tully: Is Ritz running for governor? (IndyStar)
  • Pence’s new education center tweeted Ritz criticism. (IndyStar)
  • Ten Questions for Glenda Ritz from Abdul-Hakim Shabazz. (IndyPolitics)
  • Hearing in Ritz lawsuit is set for Nov. 5. (NWI)
  • A pair of Democrats are split on Ritz strategy. (WISH-TV)

And in other education news:

  • The International School of Columbus says goodbye. (Indiana Public Media)
  • For the first time ever, an IPS school is in the ISSMA semi state band contest. (WFYI)
  • Arlington High School’s new drill team inspires with sudden success. (WISH-TV)
  • Four candidates are seeking an open Mishawaka school board seat. (SB Tribune)
  • IPS’ Magnet Fair is Saturday. (WFYI)
  • Obama makes a visit to a NYC school. (GothamSchools)

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