Holcomb’s Education Plan Touts School Choice, Backs Slower Preschool Expansion
As Indiana governor’s race starts to heat up, both candidates have now spelled out a clear vision for how they would try to improve schools throughout the state — and there are several major differences between them.
Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb unveiled his education plan for the first time Monday in a speech to education leaders. “I’m not blind to the issues and challenges you and your teammates face each and every day,” Holcomb said, addressing a joint conference of the Indiana School Boards Association and the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents. “I will seek your insights.”