Click Above to Hear Full Interview. Runs 66 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One. Indiana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Tony Bennett got an earful from parents with problems dealing with their children’s schools. Interviewed on Afternoons with Amos, Bennett heard from parents frustrated with unresponsive school officials. Especially parents in Warren Township Schools. Bennett also heard from the mother of a Warren Township student who recently committed suicide about the lack of sensitivity from her child’s school and the schools’ failure to take her child and the mother’s complaints of bullying. In the extensive interview Bennett also talked about Indiana receiving a waiver from No Child Left Behind rules from the Obama Administration. He also discussed a number of other educational reforms and initiatives the state is implementing, including making sure high school graduates are “college and career ready”.