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Indiana Lawmakers Looking At Changes To Education Curriculum
Wednesday, November 30, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana lawmakers are considering making changes to K-12 school curriculum requirements.

Legislative leaders say “the goal is to better prepare students for today’s workforce.”

Officials at the Indiana Chamber of Commerce say many employers have been struggling to find skilled candidates for open jobs.

Some schools have added programs in recent years to help meet those needs.

Republican lawmakers say workforce development is a big priority this session, and they want to expand upon those efforts by changing some K-12 curriculum and graduation requirements.



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