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The Education Roundtable was brought together on an informal basis in 1998 and formalized by legislation in 1999, now codified at IC 20-19-4-2 et seq. with the charge of:
Recognized nationally as a model for other states, the Roundtable has helped Indiana make significant progress in such areas as: adopting academic standards that are among the very best in the country; establishing Core 40 as the required high school curriculum for all students (with an opt-out provision); making Core 40 the minimum course requirements for college admissions (Indiana’s 4-year universities); creating a comprehensive blueprint for education P-16; focusing on the very real challenge of high school dropouts; and advocating for full-day kindergarten.