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Ind. schools chief suggests grades for districts


Indiana’s state schools superintendent wants to start giving school districts letter grades on an A-to-F scale to hold them accountable for how their schools perform, the Chicago Tribune reports. Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett made the suggestion Wednesday to the State Board of Education, which is expected this month to decide whether to back the first state takeover of troubled schools…

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