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Rise & Shine: CECI's latest moves, Pence's prospects, Harshman's turnaround

  • CECI takes over state board website, video broadcast. (Indy Star)
  • Ritz talks about reading with the Indiana Youth Institute. (iyi.org)
  • Analysis: Pence’s 2nd year agenda may run out of time. (AP)
  • Todd Smekens: Brad Oliver is a state board obstructionist. (Muncie Voice)
  • Matt Tully: IPS’s once-failing Harshman achieves a remarkable turnaround. (Indy Star)
  • Erika Smith: Mike Pence champions education and cuts it at the same time. (Indy Star)
  • State denies Monroe County schools information about local voucher students. (Herald-Bulletin)
  • New Lawrence superintendent puts focus on students. (Indy Star)
  • Avon grapples with nude cell phone pictures at school. (WTHR)
  • Lebanon schools overhaul security as part of a $36 million project. (WTHR)
  • Pearson Education will close Lebanon facility, lay off 160. (RTV6)
  • Oliver Thomas: New evidence emerges of poverty’s power of educational achievement in the U.S. (USA Today)
  • A look at the parallels between Baton Rouge and Memphis, both with growing state-run school districts. (Chalkbeat Tennessee)