In the eyes of Indiana State Superintendent Tony Bennett, America's schools can only improve by taking on a number of different reforms simultaneously, the Huffington Post reports. Different parties to the education debate stress different measures--charter schools, voucher programs that use public money to fund private schools, looser union protections for teachers--but implementing reforms one at a time won't do anything, Bennett said.

"We had a robust public school choice system with charter schools in our state for a few years," Bennett said. "It didn't do anything."

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