A review of the Indiana A-F school grading system implemented by former school superintendent Tony Bennett found that the grades were hastily given with little oversight.
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Phyllis Bush is a retired educator who has written an open letter to parents and educators about Indiana’s flawed rating system based on high-stakes testing.
Former Indiana superintendent Tony Bennett overhauled the state school grading system to make sure that a school run by a political ally got a top rating, according to uncovered emails.
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