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Former Indiana State Superintendent Draws Controversy

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Former Indiana State Superintendent Draws Controversy Former Indiana State Superintendent Dr. Tony Bennett has been subject to controversy surrounding apparent manipulation of the state’s A through F school grading system. According to e-mails released by the Associated Press last week, Bennett conspired to raise the annual grade of the Christel House Academy, a charter school founded by business owner Christel DeHaan, from a “C” to an “A” grade, DeHaan donated money to Bennett’s political campaign in 2008. WFHB correspondent Stephen Brown examines the issue further in today’s WFHB feature exclusive.

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