Morning Bell: Expect IPS Board Changes, Hammond Students Get Tablets
Kyle Stokes / StateImpact Indiana
IPS superintendent Eugene White, left, looks on as a member of the public makes his comments. White was leading a meeting detailing cuts in Indianapolis Public Schools.
Election 2012: Change on IPS School Board inevitable – “This much is all but certain about the Indianapolis Public School Board after the Nov. 6 election: It will look very different. It will be more open to reform. And its relationship with Superintendent Eugene White will change.” Indianapolis Star
The right things, the wrong way. – “Let’s put this out there in simple terms. On Monday – here’s a plan, there’s some gaps, it’s millions of dollars, just started the planning process a few weeks back, can’t tell you exactly where the money is coming from – a little here, more there. We need you to vote on this. Tomorrow. “ Board Blog
Hammond High students get Kuno tablets – “She said students who are not allowed to take the tablets home will check them out in the morning and turn them back in at the end of the day. Students also had to sign off on a required use policy.” The Times of Northwest Indiana
New Dennis principal OK’d – “(Richard Bryant) will replace Lori Shaw, who resigned and accepted a teaching position with the school corporation after less than a semester on the job. The reason for her resignation has not been answered by administrators and Shaw has not responded to a request for comment.” Palladium-Item
How the world’s longest-running school voucher program fared – “Chile represents the longest running, purest example of education vouchers in the world. In 1980, Friedman was able to design and help implement a system to try out the education voucher theory he first proposed in 1955.” The Answer Sheet