Ind. considers speedier state takeovers of schools

Lawmakers in Indiana are considering legislation that transforms the way the state assesses school performance and -- in cases where schools are struggling -- provides a shorter time frame for state takeovers. Under the bill, the state would be able to take over a school that receives a failing grade for three consecutive years, rather than the current standard of six straight years.

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