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by News on November 3, 2011

in Government Employee Unions, Pro Worker Legislation, State and Local, State Legislation

By Lisa Schencker/The Salt Lake Tribune

School vouchers.

Limits to collective bargaining for teachers.

Educator evaluations that take student achievement into account.

They’re all reforms Indiana passed into law this year, and changes Utah could make as well, Indiana superintendent Tony Bennett told state lawmakers and educators Wednesday at the Parents for Choice (PCE) Education Symposium in Salt Lake City.

“Fierce urgency is what this about, and it’s really not about thinking small. It’s about thinking big,” Bennett said.

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