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Rise & Shine: Will Indiana "move on" from Common Core?

It took two posts to explain the basics of teacher evaluation in Indiana:

  • One focuses on the politics of evaluation. (Chalkbeat)
  • The other looks at the mechanics of merit pay. (Chalkbeat)

Legislators had some thoughts on Common Core and the Indiana State Board of Education:

  • Republican leaders say it’s time to “move on” from the Common Core debate. (StateImpact)
  • Lawmakers said they may wade into the spat between Ritz and the state board. (Stateimpact)

In other education news:

  • Muncie voted Monday to consolidate high schools despite protests. (RTV6, Indy Star, WTHR)
  • Rural schools that were damaged by a tornado will need major repairs (WTHR)
  • Pacer George Hill has emotional reunion with the teacher who inspired him. (WTLC)
  • Arsenal Tech, Providence Cristo Rey were among the city robotics champions. (
  • Education changes are on the Republican legislative agenda. (AP, WISH-TV)
  • Bus inspection mixup delays takeover schools. (WTHR)
  • Hammond schools wait on plan that would expand surveillance of students. (NWI)
  • Administrators got pay raises from the South Bend school board. (SB Tribune)
  • South Bend struggles with next steps after referendum defeat. (SB Tribune)

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