Indiana remains the “reformiest” state in the union on the Center for Education Reform’s Parent Power Index.
A much-tested and improved charter school law offers a wide variety of options. A path-breaking, statewide school choice program has attracted tens of thousands of parents who have chosen private schools for their children. Indiana also offers more digital learning opportunities than most states and can boast a pretty decent record of teacher quality measures that put the public in the driver’s seat.
Indiana gets an “A.” Florida, Georgia, Arizona and Utah earn “B” grades on the index.