Former State Superintendent Tony Bennett is defending his decision to change the letter grade of a school operated by an influential Republican donor.
An AP report shows former State Superintendent Tony Bennett changed the A-F grading system when it appeared an Indianapolis charter would get a C.
The head of the company that administers Indiana’s online ISTEP exams will face questions from state lawmakers today about glitches that halted testing.
Democrats say Republicans need to stay true to their pledge and slow down on passing more sweeping education changes.
Tony Bennett will become the Florida Commissioner of Education when he leaves office at the end of the year.
Bennett supports a standardized school grading system while Ritz says schools should be measured on their past performance.
If a number of schools in a single district fail, Bennett says the state’s takeover model may be expandable.
State law sets basic requirements that all evaluation models must follow.