The Daily Report Card: John Marshall Likely The Next Indianapolis Takeover
Kyle Stokes / StateImpact Indiana
A John Marshall High School teacher speaks at a public hearing in the school's auditorium in Indianapolis Monday evening. IPS superintendent Eugene White predicted the school will likely require state intervention after this year's test scores are released.
John Marshall Community High School on cusp of state takeover – “You can probably count on state intervention at John Marshall Community High School, Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Eugene White said in an interview Monday night… White predicted the school’s scores would show solid gains but fall short.” Indy Star
Vouchers, takeovers – updates on ‘reform’ – Steve Hinnefeld: “Apparently we can no longer say that Indiana has the most ambitious private-school voucher program in the country. That dubious honor now belongs to Louisiana.” School Matters
Schools Are More Segregated Today Than During the Late 1960s – Among other problems, Emily Richmond writes “the research suggests that ‘when a classroom is overwhelmingly black and poor, we expect less of kids.’” The Atlantic
Campaign watch – Merrillville magnate Dean V. White has kept the cash flowing to the Pence and Bennett campaigns, reports Karen Francisco. Learning Curve