Changes are coming to your child’s classroom in the new year. The state of Indiana will be getting a new Schools Superintendent.
Republican Jennifer McCormick defeated the incumbent Glenda Ritz.
McCormick says she was hopeful but surprised at the results.
The current Yorktown Schools Superintendent has decades of experience in the classroom.
First on the list as new superintendent, revamping standardized testing.
After a year of controversy and computer glitches, many students, teachers, and parents are anxious to see the ISTEP kicked to the curb.
McCormick says the current team is making progress on new testing ideas.
She also plans to take on a fix for the teacher shortage and concerns about broadband infrastructure.