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Got A Question For Glenda Ritz? Ask Her Yourself This Wednesday

Kyle Stokes / StateImpact Indiana

Democratic state superintendent candidate Glenda Ritz, a Washington Township teacher and union activist.

What question would you pose to Glenda Ritz?

You’ll get the chance to ask it this week. Barely six weeks into her tenure as state superintendent, Ritz will take questions from audience members at a public forum to kick off WFYI’s Conversations About Education series.

StateImpact is proud to partner with WFYI in presenting the first of these three events. I’ll be moderating the discussion with Ritz at the Indianapolis Central Library this Wednesday, March 6, at 6 p.m.

Kyle Stokes / StateImpact Indiana

The Indianapolis Central Library — seen here during a City-County Council committee meeting — will play host to our conversation with state superintendent Glenda Ritz on Wednesday, March 6. WFYI is putting on the event as part of their Conversations About Education series.

If you can make it to downtown Indy, I’d love to hear your questions Wednesday night.

If you cannot make it to downtown Indy, scroll down to the comments section below — as you did when we moderated the debate between Ritz and then-state superintendent Tony Bennett — and submit what questions you have for Indiana’s top elected education official.

As we did with the debate, I’ll either ask Ritz the best questions or use your comments to help shape the discussion.

Hope to see you Wednesday night!

(More on the next two Conversations About Education here and here.)

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