Column: Elect state school board instead of superintendent




The seeming endless battle between Gov. Mike Pence and Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz continues.

The issues of conflict are too numerous to list here, but the battles are severe, with students and taxpayers being the losers.

Some have suggested that the superintendent of public instruction should become an office appointed by the governor.

 

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