IN Focus: Candidates discuss future of education in Indiana

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INDIANAPOLS - There's a lot on the line in next month's election.

The candidates for governor, and state superintendent have focused on education policy in recent weeks, including the expansion of pre-K and how to deal with state's teacher shortage.

In the video above, see our interviews with state superintendent Glenda Ritz and her opponent, Republican Jennifer McCormick.

In the video below, IndyStar columnists Tim Swarens and Suzette Hackney discuss the race for governor, and the Star's endorsement of Democrat John Gregg for governor.

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