Some seek faster turnaround for school ratings in Ind.

10/20/2013 | Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, Ind.), The

Some members of the State Board of Education in Indiana are questioning why Superintendent Glenda Ritz has not yet released A-to-F grades or teacher-effectiveness ratings for the 2012-13 school year and are seeking to shift the responsibility for the release from the Department of Education to a nonpartisan arm of the Legislature. The move comes as the state is overhauling its school-grading system in the wake of a controversy that led the former superintendent, Tony Bennett, to step down from his post as Florida's schools chief.

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