MICHIGAN CITY — Jennifer McCormick, Indiana’s last elected Superintendent of Public Instruction, has expressed several concerns about the future of public education led by a Republican supermajority.

In a podcast interview on “Electable with Deb Chubb,” McCormick warned that partisan politicization of local school boards could continue to lead to a diminishing focus on, and importance of, public education at the state level.

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