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Rise & Shine: A 14-year-old Evansville student arrested outside bus isn’t face felony charges


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POLICE RESPONSE: An Indianapolis police officer accused of punching an IPS student was suspended without pay. Chalkbeat, WFYI, IndyStar, AP

Plus, these are the details from the video of the encounter that sparked outrage. Chalkbeat, IndyStar

RETURN: GEO Academies charter network is getting a second chance to run a school in Indianapolis. Chalkbeat

STUDENT ARREST: A 14-year-old student who was forcibly arrested by Evansville Police after getting off a school bus is no longer facing felony charges, according to his attorney. Courier & Press

OP-EDS: The News-Sentinel’s editorial board issued a call to use test scores to improve education rather than label teachers and schools. News-Sentinel

“We need still more testing,” writes The Statehouse File publisher John Krull, but it’s not students that need to be tested. It’s the politicians who do not seem to learn from their mistakes on education policy. The Statehouse File

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