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October 20, 2003

The Education Roundtable's P-16 Plan in Indiana: P-16 Threatens Private Education

Author:
Governor Frank O'Bannon and Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Suellen Reed

Summary:
A group called the "Education Roundtable" is poised to put its final touches on a plan that may dramatically undercut the ability of private school students, including homeschoolers, to be admitted to college in Indiana and get scholarships. This group has been meeting for about two years, and its plan called "P-16", is nearly ready for roll-out.

Status:
The significant flaws in the P-16 draft have been repaired. Your voices were heard! Read about the changes by clicking on the link below entitled "Indiana-Update: Flaws in P-16 Repaired 9/15/03"

HSLDA's Position:
Strongly Oppose.
Letter to Governor (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Requested Action:
No action required at this time.

 Other Resources

What is the "Core 40"?

Text of September 16, 2003, draft of P-16 plan. (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Indiana--Update: Flaws in P-16 repaired 9/15/03

Indiana--Roundtable Members Remain Silent, Action Needed 9/12/03

Indiana--Governor's Education Roundtable - a potential threat to homeschoolers 9/4/03

Text of August 26, 2003, draft of P-16 plan. (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Letter to Governor (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Statutes creating the Education Roundtable and giving it authority (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)