Indiana State Superintendent of Pubic Instruction Dr. Jennifer McCormick visited Ivy Tech in Fort Wayne on Thursday to discuss education legislation in the Hoosier state, one of many events she is holding statewide.
McCormick talked about various proposals in the works at the statehouse including K-12 funding, graduation requirements, school safety, and teacher salaries. She said the decisions regarding school safety should be left to the local level, but does not support arming teachers.
Teachers' salaries was another topic McCormick touched on as the statehouse is still working on developing a budget. The next event on her tour of Indiana will be in Greencastle on May 7th.
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