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State superintendent sues Indiana Board of Education

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz is suing the Indiana Board of Education. She says the members met without letting her or the public know in violation of the Open Door Law.

Indiana's school superintendent is suing the state's Board of Education.

Democrat Glenda Ritz has filed a lawsuit against the 10 GOP-appointed board members.

Ritz, who is the chair of the board, claims the other members violated the state's public meeting law. She says the members met without her knowledge and without giving public notice. According to her office, the board met and decided to send a letter to legislators asking that they speed up calculating the A-F grades for Indiana schools.

Governor Mike Pence says he supports the actions taken by the Board of Education.

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