Indiana senators approved making the state schools chief a position appointed by the governor and not elected by voters.
Yorktown superintendent Jennifer McCormick and IPFW instructor Dawn Wooten both criticize state superintendent Glenda Ritz. Ritz is seeking a second term.
The state superintendent talks about making schools inclusive for students. Nearly half of rural Hoosiers don’t have broadband and it’s hurting their economies.
The legislation would allow local school boards to hire a superintendent who does not hold a superintendent’s license or a teacher’s license.
The state says IPS has created a series of obstacles, from not turning over student records to removing computer monitors and food-service equipment.
White is interviewing for a job in Alabama today and tomorrow, but there‘s a chance he could have a job in South Carolina before those interviews are complete.
RBB is considering eliminating personnel to balance its budget.