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EDITORIAL: Mike Pence on track with career education

The governor is putting money behind his rhetoric, proposing a $40 million increase in funding for career and vocational programs. By 2020, he wants to see a fivefold increase in students graduating with industry-recognized credentials.
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EDITORIAL: Election problems need to be fixed

Indianapolis election laws need a couple of major revisions, and both come down to ensuring integrity in local politics.
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EDITORIAL: State Legislature needs reformers

Local government in Indiana is still bloated, but governor and legislators look the other way.
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EDITORIAL: Indianapolis Museum of Art earned its firestorm

The Indianapolis Museum of Art has had a rough month, and the arrows it is taking are self-inflicted.
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EDITORIAL: Curry, Thomas should explain Bennett investigation

Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry and state Inspector General David Thomas should acknowledge the mysteries swirling around an investigation into former state schools chief Tony Bennett and explain to Hoosiers exactly what happened, and how it won’t happen again.
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EDITORIAL: End the quarreling between Ritz, reformers

The governor should appoint the education chief, making the state’s top elected official responsible for public education—in 2020.
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EDITORIAL: They’re <i>public</i> universities

No one will win the desperate arms race for out-of-state students.
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EDITORIAL: Finishing touches for Ballard legacy

Mayor Greg Ballard may have begun his tenure as Indy’s top elected official with the label “accidental mayor.” But Ballard’s legacy will go well beyond the circumstances of his upset victory in 2007.
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EDITORIAL: Autonomy crucial for IPS turnaround

With the election of three reform-minded candidates to the board of Indianapolis Public Schools, hope is renewed—once again—that the long-struggling district will become a city asset.
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EDITORIAL: Westfield officials didn’t play it straight

The public deserved better disclosure over indoor soccer facility.
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