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Rise & Shine: Was Ritz's election an "anomaly?'

More weigh in on the Ritz vs. state board lawsuit:

  • Editorial: Ritz election was an anomaly; legislature should step in. (Paladium-Item)
  • Editorial: Ritz feud with state board is a disservice to students. (Indy Star)
  • Lesley Weidenbener: Ritz suit raises serious questions about Indiana’s Open Door Law (The Statehouse File, ILB)
  • Readers sound off on Ritz vs. the State Board of Education. (Journal Courier)
  • Dave Bangert: The window of trust is closed for the state board and Glenda Ritz. (Journal Courier)
  • Republicans continue to take aim at Ritz. (NWI)

In other education news from over the weekend:

  • Indiana’s circuit breaker tax caps could make bus rides a luxury. (SB Tribune)
  • Couple donates $2 million to Herron High School. (WTHR, IBJ)
  • Optimism and skepticism accompany school iPad initiative. (NIPR)
  • Superintendent: School cell phone bans are outdated and should be dropped. (NWI)
  • Editorial: Hiring a director focused on achievement gaps makes sense. (SB Tribune)
  • Russ Pulliam: John Mutz see challenges ahead for Indiana charter schools. (Indy Star)
  • How a radical new teaching model could unleash a generation of geniuses. (Wired)

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