Tony Bennett, who as Indiana’s state superintendent of public instruction just loved to give grades to students, teachers and schools, soon will get a grade of his own — on an ethics test.
Will he pass or fail? An A or an F?
The Indiana State Ethics Commission will be the one to grade Bennett’s work. On Jan. 9, that five member body is scheduled to preside at a public hearing at which Bennett will essentially be on trial.
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