Common sense prevails in Indiana, where Governor Mitch Daniels has vetoed a bill allowing alternative ways for people who have twice narrowly failed the teacher licensing exam to demonstrate proficiency and be allowed to teach. Amazingly, the bill had passed Indiana’s House 67-29. It passed the Senate 27-20.
Follow the link to the story in the Indianapolis Star, then read the reader comments. The vast unwashed seem pleased with the Governor’s decision.