Power shift in state's educational leadership 

By Kendra Rhonemus

A public inauguration will be held for Superintendent of Public Instruction-elect Glenda Ritz. The ceremony will take place at noon Jan. 19 at the Indiana Statehouse north atrium.

Indiana State Superintendent of Public Instruction-Elect Glenda Ritz. - COURTESY OF RITZ4ED.COM
  • Indiana State Superintendent of Public Instruction-Elect Glenda Ritz.
  • Courtesy of ritz4ed.com

A reception and open house will take place immediately following the ceremony.

The inauguration is free but those interested in attending email robin@winstonterrell.com

Kendra Rhonemus is a reporter for thestatehousefile.com, a news service powered by Franklin College journalism students and faculty.

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