INDIANAPOLIS | House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath wants to know why it's taking so long for the state ethics watchdog to determine if Republican Tony Bennett, the former superintendent of public instruction, improperly manipulated school grades prior to the 2012 election.
INDIANAPOLIS | An Indianapolis teacher who says she's fed up with the top-down education reforms of state Superintendent Tony Bennett will challenge the Republican schools chief in the November general election.
Two driving forces behind education reform spoke last week, and they both addressed two key components of the next phase of reform: dollars and sense.
The Lake County Council's recent actions on employment issues were very revealing. The council acknowledged it has little to no control over individual officeholders' hiring practices, and the council urged the commissioners to join the Shared Ethics Advisory Commission.
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I wrote a while back about the lack of common sense in government, but I believe there is a bigger lack in government than common sense, and that is accountability.
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