Gov. Mike Pence – who recently created a new agency in part to staff the Board of Education that Superintendent Glenda Ritz chairs – said he supports the members’ move to try to get the state's A-F grades finished more quickly.
“Our schools are anxiously awaiting the results of these A-F grades,” Pence said. “Our parents deserve to know how their schools are performing and teacher pay raises in many jurisdictions around Indiana are dependent on the performance of their schools.”
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