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The Daily Report Card: State Sends $6M Grant For Teachers In 28 Districts

High praise for teachers from Tony Bennett – Get On The Bus The state announced $6 million in grants to reward teachers in 28 districts. As Scott Elliott writes, Tony Bennett says he’s tried to “reassure teachers that his policies are not meant to be anti-teacher.” (blogs.indystar.com)
ALSO… From the Muncie Star-Press | From the Evansville Courier & Press | From the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Moving on Up: How Tuition Tax Breaks Increasingly Favor the Upper Middle Class – The Quick & The Ed This report from a non-partisan education think tank is generating a lot of buzz. “Tens of billions of dollars that the government provides through the tax code each year are increasingly going to upper middle income families who are more able to afford sending their children to college without the help.” (The Quick and the Ed)

One-side fundraising in the campaign for Indiana schools chief – School Matters Steve Hinnefeld brands the race for Superintendent of Public Instruction as “Bambi vs. Godzilla.” (inschoolmatters.wordpress.com)

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