(UNDATED) - Governor Daniels is trying to kick-start an education reform push with a high-profile guest: former Florida governor Jeb Bush.
In eight years as governor, President George W. Bush's brother pushed through a slew of education reforms, including state-funded preschool, performance bonuses for teachers, alternative licensing for teachers without education degrees, and school choice for students in failing schools.
But bush told Indiana's education roundtable the first change that had to be made was a letter-grade report card for schools based on students' performance.
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