A school grading flap in Indiana is drawing calls for Florida’s education chief, Tony Bennett, to resign.
As the elected chief of Indiana schools, Bennett “frantically overhauled” the school-grading system last year when it looked like one of his political contributors’ charter schools might get a C, The Associated Press reported this week. Bennett termed the allegation “absurd.”
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The Associated Press and the News Service of Florida contributed to this story.