Superintendent Glenda Ritz's supporters feared a move to limit her authority as chairwoman of the State Board of Education, but one never materialized.
Allies of state superintendent Glenda Ritz and State Board of Education members are digging in for what seems likely to be a contentious meeting.
Tensions continue to build between state superintendent Glenda Ritz and the rest of the State Board, but legislative leaders would prefer not to get involved.
Superintendent Glenda Ritz shut down the Nov. 13 State Board meeting over what she called an improper motion. But the Attorney General says the motion is OK.
A policy document from the Center for Education and Career Innovation floats the possibility of removing Glenda Ritz as head of the State Board.
State Superintendent Glenda Ritz says Governor Mike Pence's new agency, the Center for Education and Career Innovation, is to blame for State Board tensions.
Ritz and Pence want the National Association of State Boards of Education to help defuse tension on the State Board of Education.
Public Access Counselor Luke Britt says there wasn't enough evidence to conclude a secret meeting of the Indiana State Board of Education took place.
Despite GOP assurances to the contrary, the House Minority Leader's prediction comes as Glenda Ritz battles with the State Board of Education.
Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma says he hopes Glenda Ritz and the State Board can work out their differences, but the legislature will intervene if necessary.