4/7/2009

In the next four years, Indiana schools chief Tony Bennett wants to increase the statewide graduation rate from 78% to 90% and help 90% of students pass state tests in English and math, an increase from the current rates of 72% and 75%, respectively. "We will have to create a statewide culture of academic excellence," Bennett said. "Anything less than the best in the country isn't good enough."

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