Jennifer McCormick, the GOP candidate for state superintendent of public instruction, released a detailed plan Wednesday on how she would manage education and attempt to influence state policy if she ousts incumbent Glenda Ritz in November.
Yorktown school Superintendent Jennifer McCormick today was named the Republican choice to challenge incumbent Democrat Glenda Ritz in the November election for state superintendent at Indianaâ€™s GOP convention in Indianapolis.
Delegates to the upcoming Indiana Republican convention will be choosing between a school district administrator and a tea party-backed college instructor to become their candidate for state schools superintendent.
Yorktown Community Schools Superintendent Jennifer McCormick has entered the 2016 state superintendent's race on the Republican side. She says Glenda Ritz's education department is disorganized and disconnected from schools.
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