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Rise & Shine: Rhetoric over control of Indiana education gets even hotter

  • Four things to watch for in today’s Indiana State Board of Education meeting. (Chalkbeat)
  • State board is set to decide on A to F grading plan. (WTHR)
  • In NYC, school report cards could be going away. (Gotham Schools)
  • State Superintendent Ritz responds to Matt Tully’s column with shots at Gov. Mike Pence in op-ed. (Indy Star)
  • Ritz decried Pence for what she termed “a complete takeover of education.” (Indy Star)
  • A WISH-TV/Ball State University poll finds 77 percent of Hoosiers don’t know enough about Ritz to have an opinion about her. (WISH-TV)
  • Steve Hinnefeld: Teachers and students earned praise for NAEP scores, but then things went awry. (School Matters)
  • Ritz outlined goals for Indiana students in South Bend speech. (SB Tribune)
  • Growth may force Westfield elementary schools to redistrict. (Indy Star)
  • Southside High School supporters make a final plea to save the school in Muncie. (Star Press)
  • Good government leader calls on Muncie school board to resign. (Free Press)
  • Want to watch the whole Muncie school board meeting? (Star Press)
  • David Moss aims to support black parents and students in his new South Bend job. (SB Tribune)
  • Schools in five states are going for longer school days. (AP)