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Rise & Shine: IPS is making another new beginning

News on Glenda Ritz’ battle with the state board began to quiet down a bit Wednesday, for the moment:

  • The basics of Indianapolis Public Schools: They’re making another new beginning. (Chalkbeat)
  • Here’s what the state board fight says about education governance in Indiana. (StateImpact)
  • Ritz talks lawsuit, potential run for governor, in interview (WFYI)
  • Earlier: Glenda Ritz says she won’t back down from her political foes. (Chalkbeat)
  • “Effective” teachers get 3.5 percent raises in Hammond. (NWI)
  • First ever federal food allergy guide recommends emergency medicine at school (NWI)
  • Evansville’s Memorial High School breaks ground on $6 million expansion. (Courier Press)
  • Evansville food bank for needy students runs short of funds. (WTHR)
  • Colorado campaign for billion-dollar ballot issue accelerates in final days. (EdNews Colorado)
  • Reports on teacher evaluations, new teachers’ average SAT scores were released today. (EWA)

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