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Indiana's Education Roundtable

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Co-chaired by the Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction, Indiana's Education Roundtable serves to improve educational opportunity and achievement for all Hoosier students. Focusing collectively on critical issues in education, this committed group of bipartisan stakeholders includes key leaders from K-12 and higher education, business, industry, labor, parents, community, and the Indiana General Assembly.

Roundtable Members are jointly appointed by the Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction for their commitment to improving student achievement and as leaders in their respective fields. Additional representatives from the General Assembly are appointed by legislative leadership.

To inform the Roundtable’s ongoing efforts to set a vision for educational change and student success, the group seeks advice from local, state, and national experts, researches best practices, reviews state and national data, seeks stakeholder and public input, and rigorously discusses issues, policies and strategies – with the underlying premise that Indiana will make real progress if Hoosiers reach fundamental agreement on key issues and strategies.