Morning Bell: State Inspector General Blesses Daniels’ Move To Purdue
Elle Moxley / StateImpact Indiana
Mitch Daniels takes questions from media from the stage of Purdue's Loeb Playhouse following the announcement he would become the school's next president.
Daniels all clear to be Purdue president, state investigation finds – ”Gov. Mitch Daniels did not violate state ethics rules in being selected as Purdue University president by the same Board of Trustees that he appointed, according to an investigation by the Indiana inspector general.” Lafayette Journal & Courier
Election profile: Glenda Ritz’s alternative vision – ”[Tony] Bennett, she said, is the architect of a system that finds myriad ways to get in the way of what is needed most — teachers spending time in the classroom teaching kids what they need to know.” Indy Star
Audit of Greater Clark finances shows tight times ahead – “Though the board unanimously passed all three portions of the district’s 2013 budget, a third-party auditor warned that next year could prove fiscally rocky for Greater Clark County Schools. [A district financial official] said the depletion of the rainy day fund, property tax caps’ impact and decreasing enrollment all play a role in the budget” News & Tribune
EACS board approves 2013 budget – “The East Allen County Schools board on Tuesday approved its operating budget for 2013 during its regularly scheduled meeting.” Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
School chief sorry for ‘blind, crippled, crazy’ comment – “The Indianapolis Star reports [Indianapolis Public Schools] Superintendent Eugene White offered the apology Tuesday during the board meeting of the Indianapolis Public Schools.” AP