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State Superintendent Speaks on Education Budget

Indiana lawmakers will return to the Statehouse tomorrow to begin the special session and ultimately, produce a budget before the new fiscal year begins on July first. What’s become clear is that one of the chief issues of contention will be funding for public education. Republicans and Democrats are drawing lines on how much money schools should get, which schools should get that money and where the money should come from. In this first of two interviews, Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland sits down with State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Bennett, for a look at what he wants the ultimate results of the special session budget debate to be for Indiana schools.

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