How will state elections affect education reform in Indiana?

Education reform is expected to be a priority when Indiana's legislature reconvenes in January. But which reforms are pursued could be decided in state elections held Nov. 2. Some of the policy priorities outlined by state schools chief Tony Bennett -- such as greater school choice and merit pay for teachers -- may face more opposition if a Democratic majority remains in place. But other priorities, such as the expansion of charter schools, have bipartisan support.

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Evansville Courier & Press (Ind.) (free registration)

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