The panel tasked with revising the state's A-F accountability system laid out their thoughts on grading schools Thursday.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz has hired additional staff to work intensively with 300 schools across the state.
Two policy analysts will review the A-F system and make recommendations to the state about what next steps would be appropriate.
Indiana’s current and former state superintendents have both called for further review of the grading system this week.
Former State Superintendent Tony Bennett says he believes his department was right to change the letter grade of a charter school that initially received a C.
Indiana counts among those 25 states with “parent trigger” laws, as Stateline writes — but also counts among the states where no parent has pulled it yet.
Members of both parties are uniting behind a single message: the current school accountability system does not make sense.